Antihunger Campaign Forgoes Images of Starving Children New York Times. Huh? I suppose this is product differentiation.
Putting the Brakes on Web-Surfing Speeds New York Times (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
How the US Justice Department legally hacked my Twitter account Guardian (hat tip reader May S)
Andrew Bacevich, The Passing of the Postwar Era TomDispatch (hat tip reader Aquifer)
Bundesbank warns against intervention Financial Times
Pressure on the ECB grows as Mario Monti rides to rescue Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph
Eurozone, why did we bother FT Alphaville
Standard & Poor’s shoots France in the head, then says it’s sorry. Time for a duel. FireDogLake (hat tip reader Carol B
The only way to save the eurozone from collapse Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times
Cities Hit as Funds From Bonds Pay Other Bills Wall Street Journal
It’s Recall Time for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Mother Jones
Deficit Panel Seeks to Defer Details on Raising Taxes New York Times
Cost, need questioned in $433-million smallpox drug deal Los Angeles Times (hat tip reader 1 SK)
Occupy Wall Street plans NYSE shutdown Crains New York (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
The Bidding of the Many, Not the Few: APEC Gets Occupied and Serenaded Common Dreams (hat tip reader Aquifer. See the song performed here.
The Global Super Rich Stash: Now $25 Trillion Nation of Change (hat tip reader RC)
BofA Says Regulators May Limit Transfer of Merrill Derivatives Bloomberg. Maybe shutting the barn door after most of the horses have left.
Fears rise over banks’ capital tinkering Financial Times
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