CFTC charges traders over oil price Financial Times
Greek assets could go to ‘fund of experts’ Financial Times
The horror… the horror… FT Alphaville
Greece crisis worsens amid political stalemate Telegraph (hat tip reader Scott)
The Elephant in the Green Room New York Magazine (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
GOP Response To Town Hall Backlash: Ban Recording Devices And Censor Citizen Journalists ThinkProgress. I thought “why do they hate our freedoms” was supposed to apply to Al Qaida.
Politicians Are Abnormally Good Stock Pickers Clusterstock
Top Colleges, Largely for the Elite David Leonhardt. It wasn’t this way in my day. A lot of merely middle and high end of middle class kids went to Ivies.
Public Schools Charge More Fees Wall Street Journal. One of the courses I took in college (because it was by a great professor, not because I was terribly interested in the subject matter) was on the politics of popular education, covering early industrial revolution fights over who should be educated and why. Never in my wildest dreams did I think we’d reopen so many supposedly settled ideas on this front. Shows a certain naivete, no?
Stunning 360 Degree Images of Abandoned Property Sites in Detroit Including the Michigan Central Train Depot Photojpl (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Justice Department, SEC investigations often rely on companies’ internal probes Washington Post (hat tip reader anon48)
“No Sign of Recovery” in Commercial Real Estate EconomPic Data
New York Fed to postpone Maiden Lane sales: sources Housing Wire
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