Feeding the Eagles: Incredible Pictures Global Economic Intersection
Nudity ban’s bottom line: genitalia San Francisco Chronicle
Gondolas Could Be the Next Great Urban Transportation Device Wired (Robert M). I am holding out for my jetpack.
News Corp faces renewed threat Guardian
Eurogroup meeting, interrupted FT Alphaville
US battles Iraq and Afghanistan over detention without charges Glenn Greenwald
WATCH: The New Occupy? Huffington Post
Bernanke Says Fiscal Cliff Fix May Bring ‘Very Good’ Year Bloomberg. “Subprime is contained” redux?
Top Nomura Economist Is Skeptical Of Fiscal Cliff Progress — And There’s Good Reason To Take Him Seriously Clusterstock. It’s easy to have nice photo ops when you haven’t been negotiating.
Politics Complicates the Math in Ending Tax Breaks for Rich New York Times
Inevitably, eventually, Autonomy FT Alphaville . Richard Smith: “There’s the most incredible series of links to prior AV posts from this one about Autonomy. It goes back and back for years. It’s been pretty obvious what they thought of Autonomy, for a long long time before the HP acquisition”
Hewlett Packard and Autonomy: notes from my Santangels presentation John Hempton (Richard Smith)
US banks in rush to plug capital shortfall Financial Times (Richard Smith). Someone needs to give them the “Basel III is on hold, probably permanently” memo.
Credit Suisse splits off global investment bank Financial Times. Note not a legal separation, just a reorg.
The report of a 2.1% increase in existing home sales and 4.7% jump in new home starts got the headlines, but we also have Private-market mortgage delinquencies reverse course and increase and Uneven housing forecast for next year Housing Wire
The Case for Breaking Up the Big Banks Mark Thoma, Fiscal Times (Richard Smith)
SEC Rocked By Lurid Sex-and-Corruption Lawsuit Matt Taibbi (Deontos)
Choosing your own capitalism in a globalised world? Daron Acemoglu, James A Robinson, Thierry Verdier
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