10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reading:

• Plunge in Goods Orders May Restrain U.S. Expansion (Bloomberg)
• Are financial advisers worth their fee? (Market Watch)
• Credit Swaps – A Travesty of a Mockery of a Sham (CFO)
WTF? Fidelity’s stock funds eclipsed by bond and money market assets (Reuters)
• The “dividend tax” cliff approaches: Implications for stocks (Musings on Markets)
• Cellphones Are Eating the Family Budget (WSJ)
• Why Twitter Is Already Bigger Than Facebook (Forbes)
• Apple-Google Maps Talks Crashed Over Voice-Guided Directions (All Things D) see all Apple had over a year left on Google Maps contract, Google scrambling to build iOS app (The Verge)
• How the brain filters bad news (Guardian)
Hilarity ensues:  My Name is Joe Biden and I’ll Be Your Server (New Yorker)

What are you reading?


Nearly 400,000 More Jobs Added Than First Thought

Source: WSJ

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