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


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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