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Tyler Cowen rips the Paul Ryan report
"a good example of how the conservative movement is still allowing the poverty issue to defeat it" (2/2) http://t.co/xqiKP9IQO6
"Our name-brand financial writers are too big to practice journalism"
RT @lehmannchris: The deal with Dealbook, courtesy of @pareene and @thebafflermag: http://t.co/5v7YEMydpz
Matt Taibbi, Wall Street and the silly "everything is rigged" theme
Matthew C. Klein:
"Taibbi...makes the mistake of taking the New York Times article about GS warehouse queues at face value" http://t.co/VBKNAEEgXZ
Superfoods are dumb and they ruin a good meal
Wealthy CEO Is deeply concerned about budget deficits
RT @jbarro: Wealthy Area CEO Is Deeply Concerned About Budget Deficits http://t.co/NPaJA4BNE7
The most hyped startup of 2013 is incredibly boring
Can't believe more people didn't make this joke, sad internet day RT @mbyhoff u jelly? http://t.co/q5qCUWHTYF
Academic at the center of the NYT's Wall Street research piece calls it "plainly libelous"
The original NYT piece: "Academics Who Defend Wall St. Reap Reward"
20 things DC journalists can do to be happy besides moving to Kentucky
"20 Things Beltway Journalists Can Do To Be Happy In D.C. And Not Have To Move To Kentucky" http://t.co/DiK0XDPKnY
"Corporatism" and misunderstanding the government's role in economy
RT @yeselson: @rortybomb with a conceptually brilliant evisceration of the ahistorical claims of corporatism: http://t.co/clWek8LoSv
Inflated prices and fake sales: the anatomy of a cyber Monday scam
The anatomy of a Cyber Monday hustle: How fake deals trick you into paying full price http://t.co/5pbKh1JdeG
Please Update Your Records
On the dubious notion that you're a "good person"
Room-service is so expensive because of price discrimination and consumer myopia
Why Satoshi Nakamoto wanted to be anonymous
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger: "it’s essential to be paranoid’"
Newsweek: "The facts as reported point toward Mr Nakamoto’s role in the founding of Bitcoin"
Man says free drinks caused him to lose $500K, sues casino
Brad DeLong says the last year "has been yet another disaster for the labor market"
Here's why your internet is so slow: monopolies
"There are many worse macro problems than inflation at 3%!"
"Banks are arranging junk-rated deals that leave companies with debt levels exceeding guidelines set by regulators"
"Fairness is a better measure of social justice than equality"
More than 1,600 active stockbrokers failed to disclose things like criminal records, bankruptcies, and other red flags
Interviewing the algorithm
The IMF is now calling for capital controls
Bitcoin's creator is a 64-year old Japanese-American model-train enthusiast
"Choice number one was to cut bonuses... lose all its investment bankers... and turn the place into a Gold’s Gym"
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