My afternoon train reading:
• Maximizing shareholder value: The goal that changed corporate America (Washington Post)
• Economy recovering, but pay stuck in the doldrums (SFGate) see also How Wide Is Your Wage Gap? New Rule Would Reveal CEO Pay vs. Employee Pay (Forbes)
• Study: 0.7% of all mobile malware affects iOS, Android accounts for 79% (Tuaw)
• China’s American Bailout? (Project Syndicate) see also China Construction Bank Sees Bad-Debt Risk (WSJ)
• How to Charge $546 for Six Liters of Saltwater (NYT)
• Microsoft’s Ballmer on his biggest regret, the next CEO and more (ZDNet) see also Ballmer Departure From Microsoft Was More Sudden Than Portrayed by the Company (All Things D)
• A Quest for Even Safer Drinking Water (NYT)
• Summer 2013: Who Really Owns the U.S. National Debt? (Political Calculations)
• The Dirty Talk Of The Town: Profanity At “The New Yorker” (The Awl) see also The New York Times (quietly) drops the F-bomb (Salon)
• U.S. Economy Grinds To Halt As Nation Realizes Money Just A Symbolic, Mutually Shared Illusion (The Onion)
What are you reading?
Debt Drags on China’s Growth
Category: Financial Press
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