Good Monday morning — here’s what’s got me clackalacking:
• In post-crisis penalties, Morgan Stanley stands alone (Fortune)
• Nasdaq Focuses on Pivotal 2 Minutes in Trading Halt (WSJ) see also In Markets’ Tuned-Up Machinery, Stubborn Ghosts Remain (DealBook)
• Religion and Monetary Policy: Is There a Difference? (Noahpinion)
• Rapid U.S. Growth Is Missing, Not Gone Forever (Bloomberg) see also Silicon Valley can’t save America’s dying economy (MarketWatch)
• The Psychology of Bidding on The Price is Right (Psychology Today)
• What is shadow banking? (Vox) see also Banks and macroeconomic models (Interfluidity)
• No Henry, you need to get real about Yahoo. Here are the facts (Gigaom)
• Here’s what Steve Ballmer didn’t get about the tablet revolution (The Switch) see also Steve Ballmer and The Innovator’s Curse (Asymco)
• As Amazon Stretches, Seattle’s Downtown Is Reshaped (NYT)
• Roger Federer’s Open Question (WSJ) see also Federer Betrayed by Serve in Bid to Match Agassi as Champ at 32 (Bloomberg)
What are you reading?
Ballmer’s Legacy: $350 Billion In Value Subtracted
Source: Zero Hedge
Category: Financial Press
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