The oil price-fixing scandal has landed in the U.S.
Fannie Mae "is regaining its swagger even as lawmakers plot its demise"
Wall Street lobbyists frequently help draft financial legislation
The deeper agenda behind Abenomics
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Slick presentations make you overestimate how much you've learned
Is this why TED talks seem to be so convincing? http://t.co/NxayAvuFJN
"An attempt to describe intelligence as a fundamentally thermodynamic process"
Intelligent behaviour can emerge as a response to all available future outcomes #science http://t.co/BSmC51krkr
Fair wages increase productivity
Blogged: how higher wages sometimes raise productivity http://t.co/CyOws06f
Researchers discover that elephants have four distinct personality types
FTFY RT @mccarthyryanj People have 4 consistent personality types: "fearful, sociable, aggressive or effective" http://t.co/Xz4QfaVm …
Looking at cute animals improves work performance, study says
"Results show that participants performed tasks requiring focused attention more carefully after viewing cute images." http://t.co/pdxcMPmY
Why your brain is trained to think the number 3 is special
What number is halfway between 1 and 9? Is it 5 or 3? http://t.co/uWd86LNQ
Richard Posner on taxation, wealth and luck
Study says the average Death Row last meal is incredibly high calories
Avg last meal on Death Row is 2756 calories, w 2.5x recommended servings of protein, fat. h/t @justinwolfers http://t.co/KvIPTbP5
Stop the dishonesty, this is politics! 125 Harvard students may have cheated in "Intro to Congress" class
Ayn Rand's theories: the economic equivalent of creationism
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The politicians who hate food stamps but love agricultural subsidies
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New home sales are up and "will probably continue to increase for some time"
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Fracking threatens to destroy the German beer industry
Meet the guy who helps hedge funders cope with prison
"The view that 'we have to pay a price for past sins' is nearly always wrong"
Things We Don't Need
New rifle allows uses "user to stream live video and audio to an iPad "
"The Too Big to Fail Subsidy is Negative Ten Billion Dollars, Says Goldman Sachs"
Corporate America's hoarding more and more cash, even as the economy improves
No one's particularly sure why the Nikkei dropped 7% overnight
Rogoff: Fixing the eurozone crisis will require massive writedowns of debt
Ratings agencies are not rating RMBS high enough, so investors are ignoring them
Dairy farmers are drowning in Greek yogurt's acidic byproduct
Greek youth unemployment is close to 75% in some areas
The full Fed Minutes
Everyone secretly hates "Snow Fall"
While life may feel more fluid, "America appears to be getting stuck in place"
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