10 Tuesday AM Reads

My morning reads:

Random Thoughts: Navigating the Year-End Stock Market Stretch (Minyanville)
• Poor management, not union intransigence, killed Hostess (LA Times)
• The end of the world is nigh—and here’s who stands to profit (Quartz)
• Two Moves Made During Crisis Show Why Mark Carney Is One of the World’s Shrewdest Central Bankers (Business Insider)
Heavy technology: The process of technological diffusion over time and space (VOX)
• Offshore secrets revealed: the shadowy side of a booming industry (The Guardian)
• Mortgage Interest Deduction, Once a Sacred Cow, Is Under Scrutiny (DealBook) see also Economists, Obama administration at odds over role of mortgage debt in recovery (Washington Post)
• The Great Oil Fallacy (The National Interest)
• CO2 Hits New High; World Could Warm 7°F by 2060 | Climate Central (Climate Control) see also World’s Largest Investors Call For More Decisive Action By Governments on Climate Change (Ceres)
• 6th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100 (ABA Journal)

What are you reading?

California Bonds Get Another Look

Source: WSJ

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