My morning reading:

• Companies Embrace Low Interest Rates by Selling Bonds to Raise Billions (DealBook)see also  Verizon Sells a Record $49 Billion Worth of Bonds (WSJ)
• Callaway: Lehman and the day the buck broke (USA Today)
• After Nasdaq disruption, regulators are urged to rethink decades-old technology (Washington Post)
• 5 Years After the Crisis: What Banks Haven’t Learned (Fiscal Times) see also Inside the End of the U.S. Bid to Punish Lehman Executives (DealBook)
• Does America need to support credit rating agency competition? (MuniLand)
Raghuram Rajan: The Case for India (Project Syndicate) but see Are Emerging Economies Entering a Lost Decade? (Bloomberg)
• Behavioral Risk & Rebalancing (Capital Spectator)
• By making iWork free on iOS, Apple could pummel Microsoft Office (Quartz) see also Forget “Cheap”, The iPhone 5c Is Clearly The iPhone Jony Ive Wanted For iOS 7 (TechCrunch)
• Electric Schlock: Did Stanley Milgram’s Famous Obedience Experiments Prove Anything? (Pacific Standard)
eejits: Record Labels Sue Sirius XM Over the Use of Older Music (NYT)

What are you reading?


MBA: Mortgage Refinance Activity at Lowest Level since 2009
Source: Calculated Risk

Category: Financial Press

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7 Responses to “10 Thursday AM Reads”

  1. VennData says:

    Koch Bros. complainers about he Liberal media here…

    …yet he pulled out of the Chicago Tribune deal…

    …If you don’t like the numbers, you lose all right to bitch about “The Liberal Media” reporting on your “Secret Bank Accounts”

    …and all those proud conservatives who refuse to attach their name to political donations to the Koch brothers. Time to stand up like the Tea party loud mouths you finance. If you can’t stand up for you donations? how can you stand up for America?

    So private donors, are you sure it’s American you’re interested in?

    P.S. This is who YOU listen to GOP voter.

  2. Singmaster says:

    Parables and narratives:

  3. yoigloo says:

    Houstonian that was a Syrian goes back to Syria to help a refugee camp. Really puts a human face on all this rhetoric.

    Also interesting because it is a new story from the american al jazeera. Will be interesting to keep an eye on how the develop as a news organization over here.

  4. farmera1 says:

    The world according to Elon Musk;

    Interesting dude. Seems to be a futurists and an entrepreneur. Not many of that kind of people come along.

  5. tradeking13 says:

    Apple Is Being Short-Term Greedy — And This Shortsightedness Could Clobber The Company (Business Insider)