Late Afternoon Reading

Quite a few fascinating items added to Instapaper today — these are what I will be reading on the way home tonight:

The Tiffany Economy: A Tale of Two Recoveries (Morningstar)
• Is the Slow Economic Data Due to Japan or Something Deeper? (Be Spoke)
Geithner and Goldman, Thick as Thieves (Truth Dig)
• May Consumer Bankruptcy Filings Fall 16% Year-Year (US Bankruptcy Institute)
• Manhattan Builders Plan Biggest Decade for Towers Since ’80s (Bloomberg)
• All eyes on Bernanke, but QE3 has sailed (Market Watch)
• When the Value of Housing Ruins the Home (WSJ)
Jann Wenner: Magazines’ Rush to iPad Is ‘Sheer Insanity and Insecurity and Fear’ (Ad Age)
Pixar’s Motto: Going From Suck to Nonsuck (Fast Company)
New Twitter follow: Market Wisdom: Quotes from famous traders and managers on investing and money (Twitter)

What are you reading?

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