Mid-Week Afternoon Reads

More of today’s favorite reads:

Kass: The Curse of Negativity  (The Street.com)
• China’s Terribly Successful Communist Party Turns 90 (Spiegel) see also Moody’s Warns on China Debt (WSJ)
Surowiecki: Greek Tax Dodger Mania (New Yorker)
• Pimco Wins in Bet on Inflation (WSJ) see also GS Points To a US Consumer Revival (The Telegraph)
• In a Bill, Wall Street Shows Its Clout (Deal Book)
This crap again? No, Fannie, Freddie, and the CRA are Not Responsible for the Financial Crisis (Money Watch) see also Private Sector Loans, not Fannie or Freddie, Triggered Crisis (Mc Clatchy)
• 10 Ways Reporters Can Use LinkedIn to Find Sources, Track Changes at Companies (Poynter)
• $22 Billion In Gold, Diamonds, Jewels Found In Indian Temple’s Secret Vaults (Christian Science Monitor)
• High-speed rail: How fast is fast enough? (The Economistsee also Flying Car Maker Gets Regulatory Clearance (WSJ)
• 10 Years After the White Stripes ‘Saved’ It, Rock Is Again in Crisis (The Atlantic)

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