My afternoon train reading:
• Regulators Size Up Wall Street, With Worry (DealBook)
• Apple’s Original Mac Still Influences, 30 Years After Debut (Talking Points Memo) see also Apple quietly builds network capable of delivering large amounts of content to customers (WSJ)
• Cash Abroad Rises $206 Billion as Apple to IBM Avoid Tax (Bloomberg)
• Why keeping FINRA from ruling RIAs is critical to these firms, the investor — and even the U.S. economy (RIA Biz) see also An in-depth analysis of FINRA’s attempted takeover of RIAs and why the group should be disbanded, Part 2 (RIA Biz)
• The Sweet, Streaming Sound of Data (NY Times)
• The Imaginary Epidemic of Envy in America (NY Mag) see also The myths and realities of America’s debt (Fortune)
• Washington: A world apart (Washington Post)
• Here’s what happens when the readers choose the front page story (NewsWhip)
• Miracle-Gro Wants More People to Try Their Hand at Gardening (NY Times)
• 10 Rejection Letters Sent to Famous People (Mental Floss)
What are you reading?
Central Bank’s Guidance to Weaken Yuan Has Drawn Increased Cash Into Financial System
Category: Financial Press
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