My afternoon train reads:
• How Van Halen Explains the U.S. Government (Bloomberg)
• Optimism as a Default Setting (The Reformed Broker) see also Motivated Reasoning (Above the Market)
• Clayton Christensen Wants to Transform Capitalism (Wired)
• China’s credit-to-GDP ratio (and why it matters) (FT Alphaville)
• Labor pains continue despite soaring profits (New York Post) see also As Jobs Lag, Fed Is Viewed as Unlikely to Do More (NYT)
• WTF? A new GOP bill would prevent the government from collecting economic data (Wonkblog)
• Android’s Leaky Bucket: Loyalty Gives Apple the Edge Over Time (All Things D) but see Apple’s Ive Seen Risking iOS 7 Delay on Software Overhaul (Bloomberg)
• The next generation of Instapaper (Macro.org)
• Six Months After Sandy (WSJ)
• Alfred Hitchcock and His Blondes (Classic Driver)
What are you reading?
China Overtakes US to become World’s Biggest PC Market
Category: Financial Press
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