10 Thursday AM Reads

Late to the office due to some chores that had to be dealt with. Here is what I was reading on the way in:

Wolf: Europe must not allow Rome to burn (FT.com) see also European financial crisis: A growing gap between France and Germany (Washington Post)
• China’s Home Price Slide Has Analysts Betting on Government Policy Change (Bloomberg)
• Reform Adds More Twists to a Convoluted Derivatives World (DealBook)
• How Inequality Hurts the Economy (Businessweek)
• Could Every Day Be Black Friday? (NYT)
• With MF Global Money Still Missing, Suspicions Grow (DealBook) see also Volcker Rule Is Irrelevant to MF Global Collapse (Bloomberg)
• Nevada Attorney General Masto Files 606 Count Criminal Indictment Against Two Title Officers (Naked Capitalism)
• Wells Fargo Says 80 May Be the New 65 for Retirees (Bloomberg)
• The road ahead for HuffPo: 9 monthslater, ‘Capital-J Journalism’ is still a work in progress (Capital NY)
• Google Music Store Chases Apple’s ITunes 8 Years Too Late: Tech (Bloomberg)

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