Early links

August 17, 2009

Timothy Adams and Arrigo Sadun on the need for a new international body to “oversee the proper functioning of the global economy and the stability of the international financial system.” But must we refer to it as Gleco? (Financial Times)

What Warren Buffett owns. (24/7 Wall Street)

“Who accepts any blame for creating our excessively crisis-prone system?” Simon Johnson asks for a new way to play the blame game. (Baseline Scenario)

Goldman Sachs’ dominance in trading on the NYSE (Zero Hedge)

The case for pay walls. Eric Pfanner on the Financial Times’ experience (New York Times) And what newspapers can learn from rock festivals (Guardian)

Meet the first hurricane of the season: Bill. (Reuters)


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