Some afternoon train reading:

• A way to lower taxes (Fidelity)
• Four building blocks for investment success (Abnormal Returns) see also Software is eating investment management (Abnormal Returns)
• Big Wealth makes a comeback in the U.S. (MSNBC)
• Buy high and sell low, and repeat the process multiple times (Marketwatch)
• Taxing, spending, and inequality (Vox)
• You Pay Higher Taxes Than Boeing (and GE, Verizon & 23 More U.S. Corporations) (Daily Beast)
• Coal Returns to German Utilities Replacing Lost Nuclear (Bloomberg)
• No One Said Following Is Easy (Daring Fireball) see also iWatch watch: Apple is not here to entertain you (Macworld)
• The traumatic, sensual, addicted language of restaurant reviews (and what it says about you) (WonkBlog) see also Narrative framing of consumer sentiment in online restaurant reviews (First Monday)
• The plot to kill the password (The Verge)

What are you reading?


Individual and Corporate Income Taxes as Percent of Total Federal Revenue

Source: National Priorities


Category: Financial Press

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5 Responses to “10 Tuesday PM Reads”

  1. willid3 says:

    and here i though that corporations were just put upon and heavily taxed by federal taxes that they had become so weak that they could barely move their heads, let alone invest in the US or to create jobs (aren’t they suppose to be the job creators, or so we are told any way)

  2. GoBigRed says:

    I just finished Fragile By Design: The Political Origins of the Banking Crisis & Scarce Credit. This was an excellent book by two Republican academics. I’m currently reading Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty by Daron Acemoglu and Ames A Robinson. I’m a little pas halfway thru and it’s already the best book on debvelopment I’ve ever read.

  3. Bob A says:
    RWE to close or idle power plants

  4. intlacct says:

    Apparently Vietnam believes that something other than disgorgement is the answer.