10 Thursday AM Reads

My early morning reads:

Heidi Moore: Hey Brother, Can You Spare $500 Billion for America’s Banks? (Marketplace)
• St. Bernanke’s Fight Against the Deflation Dragon (DShort.com)
Baum: Hiring Hiccup Sets Off Alarms in Lousy Recovery (Bloomberg)
• 4 Reasons Natural Gas Is So Cheap (Yahoo Finance)
• Facebook’s Early Buyers Burned, Too (WSJ) see also Facebook is Top Short-Seller Target Among Large Stocks (Bloomberg)
Michael Olenick: How Banks and Their Lawyers Win at the Expense of Investors and Homeowners (Naked Capitalism)
• Income inequality, as seen from space (Per Square Mile)
Ray Bradbury’s last column:  Take Me Home (New Yorker)
• Solar Installers Offer Deals, Gaining Converts (NYT)
Ponzify: Prospectus for Silicon Valley’s Next Hot Tech IPO, Where Nothing Could Possibly Go Wrong. (McSweeney’s)

What are you reading?


Facebook’s Early Buyers Burned, Too

Source: WSJ

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