10 Mid-Week AM Reads

My morning reading:

• Oil Surges on Syria Tension (WSJ)
• Betting on September’s terrible odds (MarketWatch) but see and then European stocks began to crush the S&P (The Reformed Broker)
• 46% of Americans have both a home broadband connection and a smartphone (Pew Internet)
Gary Shilling gets all optimistic on us: Six Reasons the U.S. Will Dominate (Bloomberg)
• Facebook: Governments demanded data on 38K users (SFGate)
• Wherefore Bribery and Corruption: Another GSK Post (China Hearsay) see also Rule One For Doing Business In China. No Bribery. Rule Two, Make Sure Of It. (China Law Blog)
Goddammit: Get Ready for Larry Summers as Next Fed Chair (Sense on Cents)
• Homeownership remains a goal that should be encouraged (Los Angeles Times) see also Mortgage Consultant Paid More Than $900 Million in Foreclosure Review (Moenybeat)
• Robert Crumb Illustrates Philip K. Dick’s Infamous, Hallucinatory Meeting with God (1974) (Open Culture)
• Time-shifting man predicts the future (ABC Science)

What are you reading?


U.S. Has Assets in Place for Military Strike
Source: Bloomberg

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