Twitter CFO says a Facebook-style filtered feed is coming, whether you like it or not GigaOm. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo begs to differ. YMMV.
Artez Hurston’s Ferguson The Intercept
Regulators label MetLife a systemic risk Financial Times
Europe’s Bank Takes Aggressive Steps NYT. In relative terms.
SEC Comment Letters Prompt Executives to Unload Shares Accounting Today
McMansions not only survive, they’re getting bigger Catherine Rampell, Washington Post
Former Housing-Regulator Head to Join Think Tank WSJ. Fire DeMarco!
Nevada’s share of Tesla plant could hit $1.3 billion Las Vegas Review-Journal. An unbelievable example of corporate welfare. Nevada is, amazingly, seen as the “winner” of the Tesla factory in some media reports. For context, the entire annual budget in the state of Nevada is $6.5 billion. So this is 20% of that, to one company, for (maybe, eventually) 6,500 jobs.
BP Found Grossly Negligent in 2010 Spill; Fines May Rise Bloomberg. Could be as much as $18 billion
Taylor Will Remain on Ballot in Kansas Political Wire
American slavery: Blood cotton The Economist. “Mr Baptist has not written an objective history of slavery. Almost all the blacks in his books are victims, almost all the whites villains.” What else was in this special edition of The Economist, “Jim Crow, Jim Schmo” and an alternate history of the Nice Nazis?
Has Greenwald, Inc. Peaked? POLITICO Magazine. Has laundering national security officials’ running commentary peaked?
The elephant that flew BBC Magazine
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