10 Mid-Week AM Reads

Getting ready to travel for Thanksgiving? Here are some reads to keep you busy

• China Stocks’ Triangle Break Signals Losses: Technical Analysis (Bloomberg)
• Hewlett’s Loss: A Folly Unfolds, by the Numbers (DealBook) see also Lynch as Britain’s Bill Gates Under Attack From HP (Bloomberg)
• Early Dividend for Wal-Mart Is Latest Move in Tax Tactics (NYT)
• Ireland’s Recovery Is the Exception as Europe Falters (Barron’s) see also Europe Fails to Seal Greek Debt-Cut Deal in IMF Clash (Bloomberg)
• Shadow Banking Grows to $67 Trillion Industry, Regulators Say (Bloomberg)
• The Case for Breaking Up the Big Banks (The Fiscal Times) see also Ask A Banker: Are The Banks Still Too Big To Fail? (NPR)
• The Future Question for Storm Victims: Can the Past Be Rebuilt? (WSJ)
• Windows 8 — Disappointing Usability for Both Novice and Power Users (Useit.com) see also Exclusive: Internal Videos Show Why the Microsoft Kin Cratered (Wired)
Todays WTF Headline: Republican-Heavy Counties Eat Up Most Food-Stamp Growth (Bloomberg) see also The Confederacy of Takers (Washington Post)
Life on Mars? Organic molecules are interesting but… (MainlyMartian)

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