A Warming Planet Struggles to Feed Itself New York Times
Medical Societies Paid To Do Corporate Public Relations Health Care Renewal (hat tip reader Francois T)
Where in the World Do You Find Corruption? Guess Again Hooked: Ethics, Medicine, and Pharma (hat tip reader Francois T)
China calls US culprit in global ‘Internet war’ CBS (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Anonymous steals 10,000 Iranian government emails, plans DDoS attack NextWeb (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Avant garde economics MacroBusiness
Why Are the French So Determined To Run The IMF – And What Will It Cost You? Simon Johnson (hat tip reader Carol B)
Goldman Sachs Investigators Bolstered by New York’s Martin Act Bloomberg (hat tip Buzz Potamkin)
U.S. tries to reduce more homeowners’ mortgages Reuters (hat tip Lisa Epstein)
For the Jobless, Little U.S. Help on Foreclosure New York Times. The Obama administration fiddles.
Reckless Endangerment: Making Debt Owe-nership Easy Triple Crisis (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Oregon foreclosure filings surge 236% in April The Oregonian. The trigger appears to be that foreclosures can be postponed for only six months in Oregon. BofA says it has fixed its paperwork but local attorneys disagree.
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