10 Tuesday AM Reads

Here are today’s astonishing reads:

• WTF?!? How Paulson Gave Hedge Funds Advance Word (Bloomberg)
Not so fast with that SEC Settlement with Citi:
…..-SEC versus Citigroup, Judge Rakoff Decision (Federal Court SDNY)
…..-Judge Blocks Citigroup Settlement With S.E.C. (NYT)
…..-Did Citi Get a Sweet Deal? (Pro Publica)
…..-Judge Jed Rakoff courageously rejects SEC-Citigroup settlement (Wash Post)
• Great White North Becomes a Refuge in Global Investing Storm (WSJ)
• Fee Drought Triggers ‘Bloodletting’ for Stock Traders (Bloomberg)
• A Minsky moment in the eurozone? (FT Alphaville)
• Hedge Fund 13F Positions For 3Q11 (Street of Walls)
• The eurozone really has only days to avoid collapse (FT.com) see also Europe’s shrinking money supply flashes slump warning (Telegraph)
Unprofitable since Kitty Hawk: American Airlines Parent AMR Files for Bankruptcy (Bloomberg)
• Facebook Targets Huge IPO (WSJ) see also Google+ Was Never a Facebook Competitor (Read Write Web)
• Apple’s iPad-Crazed Toddlers to Spur Holiday Sales Rush: Tech (Businessweek)
• Contempt Of Court Order Sought Against Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne (Seeking Alpha) Byrne experienced the largest drop in approval ratings among employees this year(Internet Retailer)

What are you reading?


by RJ Matson

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