Tuesday Reads

My inbox is getting clogged with some quite interesting reads. Here are the best of them:

• The ‘Great Recession’ Earns Its Title (Economix)

• Greenspan appears to have taken to heart the old adage that “if you can’t forecast well, forecast often” (Telegraph)

• The Biggest Lie About U.S. Companies  (Marketwatch)

• Cash Glut Has Banks Discouraging New Deposits (National Mortgage news)

• Debt Data (One Salient Oversight)

• Goldman Details Its Valuations with AIG (WSJ)

• Warren Buffett’s Mr. Fix-It (Fortune)

• SEC now freer to hike whistleblower awards (Washington Post)

• The Summer of Numerical Discontent  (Kevin Hoffberg)

• Dell’s fraud settlement explodes PC market myths (The Register)

Hilarious! Kanye West’s tweets meet The New Yorker’s Cartoon Caption Contest. (New Yorker)

What are you reading?

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