10 Thursday AM Reads

My late morning reading:

• Dow Average Jumps Most Since 2009 as Central Banks Take Action on Crisis (Bloomberg) see also How Bankers Saved the World From a Euro Meltdown (Daily Beast)
• EU monetary chief sees 10 days to rescue euro zone (Reuters)
• Money Flows, but What Euro Zone Lacks Is Glue (NYT) see also 6 Central Banks Act to Buy Time in Europe Crisis (NYT)
• Money Managers Make Their Distress Your Problem (Bloomberg)
• Four Hundred Dow Points Aren’t What They Used to Be Amid Record Volatility (Bloomberg)
• The Certainty of Memory Has Its Day in Court (NYT)
• The Economist is eating America’s lunch (Market Watch)
• What should the digital public sphere do? (Jonathan Stray) see also Should there be a Pulitzer Prize for Twitter reporting? (Gigaom)
• The Huntsman Alternative (Economix)
• Is it time to bury our power lines? (Fortune)

What are you reading?


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