Helping Jaguars Survive by Easing Their Commute New York Times
Earth may be too hot for humans by 2300: study Raw Story (hat tip reader John D)
Amazon Spying On Your Ebook Highlighting TechDirt
A Revaluation of Values Joe Costello
16 Reasons Why California Is The Next Greece Clusterstock (hat tip reader Scott)
The de(con)struction of the “market maker” cissoko (hat tip Ricard Smith)
4 Big Banks Score Perfect 61-Day Run New York Times
JPMorgan Chase Warns Investors About Underwater Homeowners Walking Away Huffington Post. Reader Lee notes:
You must admit the time is ripe for a post and discussion on consumer ‘ruthlessness’ as TPTB appeal to underwater homeowner morality. Interesting, since investment banks righteously defend their right to ‘ruthlessness’ against all humans (consumers), never noticing that real people are the whole point of markets and economics and that bankers’ survival depends ultimately upon the trust and goodwill of we humans.
The SEC and the Financial Industry: Evidence from Enforcement against Broker-Dealers Stavros Gadinis (hat tip reader EV)
Awe and Wonderment (A Brief History of) Cassandra
How German Companies Bribed Their Way to Greek Deals Der Spiegel (hat tip reader Swedish Lex)
Governments up the stakes in their fight with markets Martin Wolf, Financial Times. Wolf draws up a list of what needs to happen for the eurozone to survive….and it looks incredibly daunting.
Paris trumps Berlin at EU table Financial Times (hat tip reader Swedish Lex)
Answers on Europe’s Debt Crisis, Part 3 Economix Blog, New York Times. Yours truly, plus Carmen Reinhart and Simon Johnson, answer reader questions
No Easy Villains May Mean No Easy Oil Lisa Margonelli The Atlantic (hat tip reader Crocodile Chuck). Today’s must read.
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