By lambert strether, Corrente
Dennis Gartman: “God bless income disparity” FT Alphaville.
[E]xecutives, managers, supervisors and financial professionals accounted for 60 percent of the increase in the top 1 percent’s income, with a widening compensation differential between those in the financial sector and those in other sectors of the economy after 1990.
Oddly, or not, exactly the class that has the means and opportunity to commit accounting control fraud.
Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud; Wall Street Fraudsters Get Bailouts Rolling Stone (YS).
The current crsis and the Phillip Bobbitt’s Market State Macrobusiness.
The Market State in Europe Seeking Alpha.
The Moscow-Berlin-Paris axis vis the Nord Stream Gas Pipeline Immanuel Wallerstein.
Oh dear, oh dear Izvestia (YS). When Elizabeth Warren mentions accounting control fraud, we can take her seriously.
Democracy and the Like button Dissent (YS).
Shocker: DC public relations firm tries to cash in on Occupy oppo FDL (many readers).
Occupy anything, anywhere, anytime David Dayen.
The People’s LRAD (Aquifer).
OccupyBangor camps out by the public library Bangor Daily News. Stores firewood under canopy.
Occupy has creative, dynamic graphic designers. Not too-tightly-wrapped cube dwellers. Because Jubilat was tired in 2008. I mean, come on. A Clarendon clone? Then again, “unconventional slab” sums up the Obama administration rather well, eh?
Same kind of good citizen as the guy wearing the Che T-shirt, who let Al Jzeeera’s Ayman Mohyeldin set up a live-cam in his apartment overlooking Tahrir Square Al Jazeera.
NYPD tells media to get press passes to avoid arrest, then refuses to issue them Wired. That’s some catch.
Tweet of the day diceytroop.
Anti-Mafia activist Roberto Saviano in Zuccotti Park: “10 % of the world’s GDP ends up in the pockets of criminal organizations.” (commenter M)
Korean political humor LA Times (Valissa)
Youth is not wasted on the young firm Macroblog.
Antidote du jour: Prepare yourself for the awesomeness that is Maru!