10 Tuesday AM Reads

Some lively reads to start your morning:

• The Warren Buffett Haters Club (Businessweek) see also Buffett’s shareholder letter dangles clues (MarketPlace)
• Research: Wealthy More Likely to Lie, Cheat (Bloomberg)
• World Bank warns: China is a ticking time bomb (Market Watch)
• Is This Stock Market Rally for Real? (Time)
• Robosigning 2.0: Coming to a Foreclosure Review Near You (Credit Slips) see also The Broken Regulatory State (FDL)
• Detroit automakers race to keep up with sales (US News)
• Ben Bernanke and the zero bound (Vox) see also A U.S. Boon in Low-Cost Borrowing (NYT)
• To Innovate, You Have To Stop Being A Slave To Data (FastCo Design)
• Yahoo threatens Facebook as patent war looms (Reuters)
• Stratfor: Osama bin Laden ‘was in routine contact with Pakistan’s spy agency’ (Telegraph)

What are you reading?


‘Senior’ Debt’s New Appeal

Source: WSJ

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