By Nick Rizzo
November 8, 2011

World faces subpar growth for the next 14 years, Conference Board says — WSJ

“Italy is at the brink of being unable to afford to borrow in the public markets” — WSJ

SEC is shocked to learn that banks continue to break the law after promising not to — NYT

Wall Street bonuses are set to fall up to 30% — Dealbook

FHA loans for low-income homebuyers are increasingly going to the wealthy — Bloomberg

Michael Lewis on “The King of Human Error” — Vanity Fair

The text of the NYT vs. Huffington Post “Parentlode” lawsuit — Scribd

How Bill Daley and Washington Elites misread America — New York Magazine

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