10 Thursday AM Reads

Some reads for your second cup of Joe:

• S&P 500 Rallying Most Since 1987 as Fed Helps Offset Europe (Bloomberg)
• U.S. losing high-tech manufacturing jobs to Asia (Washington Post)
• Google Protest of Anti-Piracy Upends Lobbying (Bloomberg) see also With Twitter, Blackouts and Demonstrations, Web Flexes Its Muscle (NYT)
• JPM Chase Quietly Halts Suits Over Consumer Debts (American Banker)
• IMF seeks $600 billion more in funds (Reuters)
• Requiem for David Kotz, Who Made the SEC Squirm: The Ticker (Bloomberg)
• Five ways the digital camera changed us (BBC)
• What Romney Doesn’t Want You Talking About — Except In ‘Quiet Rooms’ (TPM) see also When Mitt Romney Came To Town (King of Bain)
• Under New Leadership, Will Yahoo Find Its Way? (The Knowledge Behind The News)
• Truth and consequences: FRONTLINE’s brilliant documentary on Fukushima (BoingBoing)

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