November 16, 2011

An audit says that it’s nearly even money the FHA runs out of cash next year — WSJ

Struggling cities are paying more and more to ratings agencies — Bloomberg

Gingrich called Freddie Mac “insane,” was later paid $300K to lobby for them — Bloomberg

70% of the top 1% have been employed by their father’s firm — milescorak

Even Glenn Hubbard is calling for “radical change” — Washington Post

Even as one of their reporters is arrested by the NYPD, the Daily News says “Bravo” to Bloomberg’s eviction of Occupy Wall Street — NYDN

Short sellers are “waiting and watching” for a chance to all make a killing on Groupon — Reuters

And Netflix takes up 32.7% of all internet bandwidth — Mashable


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