London links, September 1

September 1, 2009

Behind the┬áscenes with Hank Paulson: Todd Purdum’s interviews with the Treasury Secretary during his tenure cast new light on his management of the financial crisis. (Vanity Fair)

Sheila Bair of the FDIC makes the case against the super-Fed: “We don’t need, and can’t afford, to depend on a single financial regulator to have sole decision-making authority in times when our entire financial system is in flux.” (NYT)

Paul Tudor Jones and his team don’t believe the downturn is over, predict “ski-jump” recession. (Bloomberg)

BofA offers to repay bailout, government pushes for fee for ending toxic asset insurance. (WSJ)

Ebay close to deal to sell Skype to a group of investors. (NYT)

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