10 Tuesday AM Reads

My morning reading material:

• A new era of bad money (MSN Money) see also Market Correction? Try Perma-Crisis (Harvard Business Review)
• Green Light for Hedge-Fund Ads Means Caution on Main Street (WSJ)
• Are Income Taxes Taking a Bite Out of $AAPL $GOOG (Stock Trader’s Almanac)
• Italy/Spain and US Treasury yields (FT Alphaville)
• How Shape-Shifting Banks Foil Dodd-Frank Act (Bloomberg) see also Banks Seen Dangerous Defying Obama’s Too-Big-to-Fail Move (Bloomberg)
John Cassidy on Inequality 101: The Picket Fence and the Staircase (New Yorker)
• What Do The Titanic And Your Smartphone Have In Common? (Forbes)
• GE Isn’t Grandfather’s Company in Silicon Valley Plant (Bloomberg)
• Evolution has given humans a huge advantage over most other animals: middle age (Washington Post)
It’s Official: Google Today Is Just Where Microsoft Was in 1999 (Forbes) see also Web freedom faces greatest threat ever, warns Google’s Sergey Brin (Guardian)

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Green Light for Hedge-Fund Ads Means Caution on Main Street

Source: WSJ

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