"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
Rogoff: Fixing the eurozone crisis will require massive writedowns of debt
Dairy farmers are drowning in Greek yogurt's acidic byproduct
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"Ferguson has always been this crass and crassly inaccurate"
"There has been no degeneration. Niall Ferguson has always been this crass & crassly inaccurate" http://t.co/7P0In1nXw4
Thought lead to the sweet sounds of Tom Friedman's insights as he guides you into the The New Next World
Thomas Friedman Will Mansplain The 'Hyperconnected' World To You For $995 If You Act Now http://t.co/1dfmSuilQb via @HuffPostPol
The self-defeating, self-interested push for financial literacy
The "meme hustler": A lengthy takedown of one of the web's most prominent evangelists
I think my favorite part is the passive-aggressive footnote where he explains why he didn't interview his subject: http://t.co/sVh7vLXzsV
Time magazine's terrible and terribly wrong story on cancer
Anthony De Rosa:
RT @sethmnookin: My take on @Time's "How To Cure Cancer" cover: Wrong, grandiose, and cruel. (@Slate) http://t.co/WBZXRsqsWS
"A millionaire does not have the standing to tell regular people that money is overrated"
"Far more worrisome than a student loan bubble is the student loan anvil"
Worried about a student-loan bubble? You should have been *really* worried 6 years ago. @ChadwickMatlin has the data: http://t.co/TzX9HoSSRc
Simon Johnson: the latest attempt defend TBTF "is not credible and should not be taken seriously"
"The Value Of Big Banks In A Global Economy"
Jason Linkins tears apart an infinitely silly trend story on guns
In the parlance of @mckaycoppins, ICYMI: My email exchange with a shady Buzzfeed reporter on a shoddy, hack-like story— http://t.co/MgsLP1Pj
A hilarious satirical reading of The Economist's "The World in 2013" issue
Funny and true: What @MarkLeibovich learned from reading The Economist's "World in '13" issue http://t.co/NlFznEwR
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Meet the guy who helps hedge funders cope with prison
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"The view that 'we have to pay a price for past sins' is nearly always wrong"
Things We Don't Need
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New rilfe allows uses "user to stream live video and audio to an iPad "
2 hrs ago
No one's particularly sure why the Nikkei dropped 7% overnight
3 hrs ago
Ratings agencies are not rating RMBS high enough, so investors are ignoring them
4 hrs ago
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"
Slick presentations make you overestimate how much you've learned
There is a "disturbing cultishness to the Bitcoin community... everyone is as bullish as can be"
Italy considers job sharing between older and younger workers
Why the structure of electric utilities is broken
Sony may actually be considering Daniel Loeb's spin-off plan
Broker pitchbooks are exactly as sleazy as you expect them to be
How Jamie Dimon kept control during the shareholder challenge
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