Nurse Outduels IRS Over M.B.A. Tuition Wall Street Journal (hat tip reader Skippy). I wish her victory involved a more worthwhile degree.
How many more AIDS deaths? Lancet (hat tip reader Michael T)
New Money Satyajit Das
Bubble warning The Economist (hat tip reader Steve V). In case you missed it, the Economist is already calling a bubble…Ritholtz thinks this is contrarian, when in fact the last time the Economist was early. It pointed to the existence of a global housing bubble (without saying its demise was imminent) in June 2005.
Controversial research behind commodity rules: John Kemp Reuters (hat tip reader Michael)
China’s ‘black jails’ shove complaints into the dark Los Angeles Times (hat tip DoctoRx)
Component shortages set to push up computer costs Financial Times
3D technology finally hits the adult film industry Raw Story (hat tip reader John D). Gee, the adult entertainment business is usually early to implement new tech. What happened?
Yield curve can’t drive profits if banks won’t lend Rolfe Winkler
Not a Positive Economic Picture Michael Panzner
A Simple Model of Trading and Pricing Risky Assets Under Ambiguity: Any Lessons for Policy-Makers? Massimo Guidolin and Francesca Rinaldi, St. Louis Fed (hat tip reader DoctoRx). Um, I think this is what Keynes called a change in liquidity preferences in his General Theory.
The Bonus Boom Mother Jones
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