Counterparties Edited by Felix Salmon & Ryan McCarthy
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Assessing Rahm Emanuel's Chicago
The GMO debate: corporate interests vs unscientific fearmongering
RT @ModFarm: Fantastic #longread on GMO labeling by @mollyesque http://t.co/RZEWriSEin via @TheAtlantic
Elizabeth Warren has a smart, flawed, and obviously doomed student debt bill
Elizabeth Warren's Smart, Flawed, and Obviously Doomed Plan to Help Student Borrowers http://t.co/hB9eA5RkMW
OMB director Sylvia Mathews Burwell is Obama's pick to lead Health and Human Services
Meet the woman who is about to become the biggest name in health care: http://t.co/qM4kV7iHQf via @JasonMillman
Paul Ryan's budgets cuts, and his problem with nominal dollars
Yes, reducing spending growth is a cut, or Paul Ryan doesn't understand nominal dollars http://t.co/r6r5kTrY2n
The political preferences of the rich are 15x more important than average people
"Peopleâ€™s actual definition of 'expert' is 'a credentialed person who agrees with me'"
“individuals subconsciously resist factual information that threatens their defining values.” http://t.co/HnifNpExeM via @voxdotcom
The marijuana lobby wafts onto Capitol Hill
“We’re not the typical face of marijuana.” The buttoned-up pot lobby hits Capitol Hill: http://t.co/Q0Y5HdVVy9
Marco Rubio's new budget will contain a "National Regulatory Budget"
RT @DannyVinik: This "National Regulatory Budget" that Rubio is going to propose today sounds like a terrible idea http://t.co/WvsujMs1z0
Why Comcast's chief lobbyist isn't technically a "lobbyist"
Finance and politics are really boring
Americans wouldn't buy 1/3 pound burger because they thought a quarter pounder had more beef
70% of Twitter's employees, and 79% of its leadership, are men
Gary Cohn wanted to let Charlie Gasparino know that if he can handle Charlie, he can handle a stiff drink
Deutsche's internal controls are part sensory deprivation chamber, part funhouse mirror
"Smartphones don't just increase the size of the internet by 2x or 3x, but more like 5x or 10x"
Dodd-Frank is finally paying off
Why does Wall Street use a different kind of macroeconomic modeling than academia?
Larry Summers on secular stagnation and the Ex-Im Bank
Sovereign Debt Problems
A meeting with bondholders "had to be postponed, because the Argentineans said they could not get here in time"
Financial regulator named as the head of financial industry lobbying group
The US Chamber of Commerce really doesn't want money market reform to happen
Bill Ackman's Herbalife presentation was... underwhelming
On the Internet
weev: Profiling the internet's best-known troll
Trading around Volcker: banks are reducing hedges and holding more Treasuries
The decline of the full-time, middle-class American clergy
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