September 14, 2011

Greece’s best plan is to “default big,” says former Argentine central bank governor Mario Blejer — Bloomberg Businessweek

Barclays was lucky, Bank of America was stupid — Dealbook

One of Warren Buffett’s successors had a twenty-five year streak of running every day — WSJ

AOL, Microsoft, and Yahoo have formed an ad pact to take on Google — TNW

“The correlations we note among industry sectors are profoundly and dysfunctionally high” — FT Alphaville

Federal prosecutors are investigating whether eBay took confidential information from Craigslist — Reuters

And Donald Trump’s new tenant paid its deposit in gold bars — WSJ

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