Good Sunday morning, some weekend pre-brunch reads:
• Good News and Bad News for Stocks: The Global Economy Is Reviving (Barron’s)
• Google, Oracle Workers Enlisted for Obamacare Tech Surge (Bloomberg) see also The American Health Care System Sucks (Business Insider)
• When Buffett Was Right, but We Were Too Scared (MoneyBeat)
• Housel: The Things You Shouldn’t Pay Attention To (Fool)
• The Post-Crisis Money Rules: What We’ve Learned Since the Financial Crisis (WSJ)
• Morgenson: At Sears, Those Big Losses Get in the Way (NY Times)
• Conservative groups driving GOP agenda (Yahoo) see also Is Congress helping Wall Street loot your pension? (Market Watch)
• Why The Deep Web Has Washington Worried (Time)
• Tablet at the ready. FAA says fliers can use devices during all stages of flight (WSJ) see also Feeling squeezed in coach class? It’s not just you. Plane seats are shrinking (WSJ)
• What Healthcare.gov Would Look Like if It Were Built by Facebook, Google, or Microsoft (Slate)
Whats for brunch?
Morgan Stanley Strategist Warns Investors About Inequality
Source: Business Insider
Category: Financial Press
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