Afternoon Linkage

Some of the more interesting reads today:

• Merrill Lynch’s $50 billion feud (Fortune)

• This Market Has Its Freq On (WSJ)

• Forget Newsweek — Roubini’s popularity may be a contrary indicator (Ekonomi Türk)

My favorite headline of today: ‘Jerk’ Insurance Soothes Property Sellers Amid Recovery Signs (Bloomberg)

• Defaults Rise in Loan Modification Program (NYT) See also Federal aid is forestalling only a fraction of foreclosures, report says  (Washington Post) Is anyone still surprised by this?

• A Partisan Scrum on Fannie, Freddie (WSJ)

• Puget Sound Business Journal Live blogs the WaMu hearings

• How not to choke when the big game is on the line (Frontal Cortex)

• Video games: the addiction (Guardian)

• Welcome to… If you created or worked at an internet technology company during the 1990s, we invite you to tell us about your experiences

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