Tuesday Reading

An interesting variety of readings today:

Holiday Cliffhanger: Stores Pin Hopes on Last-Minute Shoppers (WSJ)

The Equity Culture Loses Its Bloom (Institutional Investor):

‘The equity party is over. After a 25-year bender in which stocks catapulted Wall Street to such dizzying heights that financial firms managed to tip off a worldwide recession, the cult of equities is declining in earnest. The resulting hangover could fundamentally change the game for Wall Street.”

This one has a certain “Death Of Equities” smell to it . . .

Interview with Dr. Marc Faber: US vs China: Watch the power game play out (FT)

Lower loan payments = fewer redefaults for homeowners (CNN/Money)

Accept Defeat: The Neuroscience of Screwing Up (Wired)• Taxpayers Help Goldman Reach Height of Profit in New Skyscraper (Bloomberg)

Healthcare Reform has More Corporate Sponsors than NASCAR

Twitter:

Profitable? (Bloomberg)
Or Not? (GigaOm)

Apple TV-Service Proposal Gets Some Nibbles (WSJ)

My lazy American students (Boston Globe)

10 TED Talks to Download for the Holidays


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