Lunchtime Links 3-23

March 23, 2010

Existing home sales decline in February (Calculated Risk) NAR used the word “ease” in its headline…

White House nudges banks to forgive principal (Hagerty, WSJ) Shahien was right

Cries of “Hey, That’s my jet” don’t deter high-end repo men (Frank, WSJ)  Flashback: The story of Nick Popovich, the “Learjet repo man”

Google gets legal greenlight from EU for trademark keywords (Eaton, Fast Company) The story that they shut their mainland China portal is making bigger headlines, but this ruling could have a bigger impact on Google’s business. China didn’t generate much revenue for them.

The perks of being a Goldman kid (Dealbook) … can include a fat salary working for Daddy’s bank…

The Democrats rejoice (David Brooks, NYT)

Inside the bank job (Elstein, Crain’s NY Business) The story of the man behind failed Park Avenue Bank. (ht Felix)

Lehman scandal: where’s the follow up? (Rosner/Spitzer, New Deal 2.0)

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