Afternoon Reads

These are worth digesting when the trading day is over:

• Volcker Named to Panel That Will Advise on Too-Big-to-Fail (Bloomberg) see also Why Bankers Need to Be Put Into Little Boxes (Harvard Business Review)
• Carlyle Group is ready for its close-up (Washington Post)
• The Demonization of Elizabeth Warren & the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (New Yorker)
• Dollar Gains Seen Evaporating as Fed Maintains Stimulus While Growth Slows (Bloomberg)
• Seymour Hersh on Iran’s nuclear capability, the Arab uprisings and Obama’s isolation (Energy Bulletin)
• When a Nobel Prize Isn’t Enough for an FOMC Seat (NY Times)
• Commodity Bubbles Caused by Speculators Need Intervention, UN Agency Says (Bloomberg)
• AOL INSIDER: Here Are 12 Reasons Why The AOL-Huffington Post Merger Is Going Down In Flames (Business Insider)
• Ron Paul Dismisses Boehner’s Dollar-for-Dollar Debt-Cut Demand (Bloomberg)
• Apple Unveils iCloud (WSJ Digits, C/NET, NYT, CNN Tech, PC Mag)

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