10 Monday PM Reads

Last call for St. Paddy’s day train reading:

• Jeremy Grantham is Learning to Live With a Stock Bubble (Barron’s)
• Rule Number One: Don’t Blow Up (Reformed Broker)
• Jony Ive Discusses Design Philosophy, Relationship with Steve Jobs, and Future of Apple (Mac Rumors)
• New York Strips London of Mantle as World’s Top Financial Center (Bloomberg)
• Adjustable-rate mortgages, key culprits of housing crisis, are back in vogue. But banks say this time is different. (WSJ)
• Considering QE, Mario? Buy US Bonds, Not Eurozone Bonds (Jeff Frankels Weblog)
• Big Company CEOs Just Aren’t Worth What We Pay Them (Forbes)
• Half of U.S. Business Schools Might Be Gone by 2020 (Businessweek)
• Buffett gets the better of everyone, version 4,762 (FT Alphaville)
• Bugatti-Driving 26-Year-Old Tied to Penny-Stock Website (Bloomberg) see also Want to ride a McLaren? Not going to happen. But have a look. (WSJ)

What are you reading?


Fresh Corporate Debt Sparks a Feeding Frenzy

Source: WSJ


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