September 20, 2011

News International will pay $4.7 million to the family of the murdered girl it “allegedly” phone-hacked — Reuters

Advanced degree holders were the only Americans who saw wage growth in the last decade — WSJ Real Time Economics

70 percent of all tax filers receive no benefit from the mortgage interest deduction — NYT

“Every 2 minutes today we snap as many photos as the whole of humanity took in the 1800s.” — Gizmodo

I know of several NYC investors who are kicking the tires on Rat Island, available for under $300K — Curbed NY

Greek Finance Minister: Greece has been “blackmailed and humiliated” by EU and IMF demands — BBC

Paul Volcker: Don’t listen to the “siren song” of boosting inflation. Of course he thinks that — NYT

Larry Summers: Europe must move away from “grudging incrementalism” — Reuters

And Tony Blair reportedly visited Libya several times to lobby for JP Morgan — Telegraph


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