Monday Reading

Some items that made my reading list for today:

• Battle Inside Fed Rages Over Bank Regulation (WSJ)

• With bank credit frozen, small U.S. businesses starting to turn to microlenders (Washington Post)

• Retail sales show strongest gain since before the recession (LATimes)

• Credit Suisse: $1 trillion worth of ARMs still face resets (SNL Financial)

• Fannie, Freddie Ask Banks to Eat Soured Mortgages (Bloomberg)

The Grim Rater: Countries don’t like bad news about their creditworthiness (The Economist)• Rogoff: Japan’s Slow-Motion Crisis (Project-syndicate)

• Worldwide, January (and possibly February) 2010 was one of the warmest on record (NOAA)

• Bob Cringely is looking for the best and brightest startup companies in America (Cringely’s List)  See also Collaborize

• How OK Go’s Amazing Rube Goldberg Machine Was Built (Wired)

What are you reading?

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