Tuesday Reads (9.14.10)

There have been quite a few interesting reads lately — these are what I find to be most important and compelling:

• SEC Says Prince, Rubin Knew of Losses at Suit’s Focus (Bloomberg)

• The Significance of Consumer Deleveraging (Comstock)

• More banks missing TARP dividend payments  (WaPo)

• EU markets chief Barnier warns London casino days are over (Telegraph)

• ‘Peak Oil’ German Military Study Warns of a Potentially Drastic Oil Crisis (Spiegel.de)

• The Slump Goes On: Why? (NY Review of Books)

• How to tell when your boss is lying (Economist)

• SEC Is Looking at ‘Quote Stuffing’ (WSJ)

• Meet Josh Simpson, the Man Behind Twitter’s @BPGlobalPR — (The Awl)

• BMW Chief Plans ‘Big Push’ to Fend Off Audi, Mercedes (Bloomberg)

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