Sudden deaths of girl, 6, and GP raise fears over swine flu Times Online. Everyone is very nervous re swine flu, so this may be a false positive.
Molecule’s constant efforts keep our memories intact ScienceBlogs
How McNamara Lost World War II Greg Palast
U.S. mulling mortgage aid for unemployed Reuters. Another trial balloon.
Japan’s Robots Join Ranks Of Unemployed Michael Shedlock
Consumer Protection Elitists? Hardly Mark Thoma
Partial recovery will mean new lows for stocks Ed Harrison
Will Geithner Chicken Out On His Chance To Show Us His Bailouts Worked? Clusterstock. Notice how the ONLY concern here is the impact on financial players, not the real economy? We’ve had this backwards for a long time. Not that a bailout is the right or wrong remedy, but the priorities and metrics are stuffed up. Oooh, are we collectively screwed.
Insight: This crisis is not over Tim Lee, Financial Times
Book Review: The Myth of the Rational Market David Merkel
U.S. in Talks to Rescue CIT Wall Street Journal
Keeping Up Appearances: London Turns Eye to Empty Mansions Wall Street Journal
California Currency? A taste of things to come unless Percora II helps us leave discredited economic dogma behind Marshall Auerback, New Deal 2.0
SEC to create group to check rating agencies Financial Times
The Economy Is Even Worse Than You Think Mortimer Zuckerman, Wall Street Journal
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