10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon reading:

• Hedge funds have had another lousy year, to cap a disappointing decade (Economist)
Its Garbage Time (TRB)
• “Fiscal cliff” creates waiting game for payrolls firms (Chicago Tribune)
• Household Formation is the Most Overlooked Statistic in Economics  (The Atlantic)
• We know nothing because we read newspapers (Fabius Maximus) see also The media – a broken component of America’s machinery to observe and understand the world (Fabius Maximus)
• Regulatory ‘Whale’ Hunt Advances (WSJ)
• Guns Are Out of Stock at Wal-Mart; Magazine Prices Surge (Bloomberg) but see Gun control and the waning influence of the NRA (Eclecta Blog)
• 2013 may look a lot like 2012 (The Buzz)
• Why are we debating cuts to Social Security? (Yahoo News) see also Medicare Spending Isn’t Out of Control, HealthCare Spending Is  (Economix)
• Sandy Tops List of 2012 Extreme Weather & Climate Events (Climate Central)

What are you reading?


Venture Capital to Suppress Its Appetite for Risk in 2013

Source: WSJ

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