10 Thursday Morning Reads

Thursday morning festival of links:

• Bill Gross Warns Washington: Don’t mess with the debt ceiling (Washington Post)
• Polls Show G.O.P.’s No-Tax Stance Is Outside Political Mainstream (NYT)
• Is Facebook Worth $100 Billion? (WSJ)
• A Marshall Plan for Greece? (Project Syndicate)
• Creating an Infrastructure Bank for the Future (NYT)
• Forbes editors appear to have been abducted:
. . . -Does Anyone Still Remember Why We Have The Bush Tax Cuts? (Forbes Blog)
. . . -The Rich Are Now Richer Than Before The 2008 Credit Meltdown (Forbes Blog)
. . . -A Country in Denial About Taxes (Forbes Blog)
• Financial Crisis Panel Commissioners Leaked Confidential Information To Lobbyists, Report Alleges (HuffPo)
Alex, I’ll take historical revisionism for $100: Bancroft Family Members Express Regrets at Selling WSJ to Murdoch (Pro Publica)
• New Service Offers Music in Quantity, Not by Song (NYT) see also PLAY Is a Fantastic Free Music Streamer and Player for iPhone and Android (Life Hacker)
• Engineering Oceans To Suck Up Carbon Has Eco Consequences (Fast Company)

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