UF Weekend Reads

April 21, 2012

Nice weather today in NYC. Enjoy it today before Sunday’s deluge. Here’s Sam Forgione’s picks. You can now follow Sam on twitter @samuelforgione


From The New Yorker:

Nicholas Lemann explores new books that illustrate the ties between politics and the economy.

From BusinessWeek:

Lazard’s Michele Lamarche takes on the tough task of courting debt-strapped nations.

From Harvard Business Review:

Jody Greenstone Miller and Matt Miller outline the phenomenon of “supertemp” workers and their role in corporate society.

From The Economist:

Banks have learned the hard way to pull back on overseas lending.

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Matthew, take a look at the following link, might be
interesting for you. HFT firms, FBI, trade secrets, bankruptcy, then, if you dig more, psychics, tax evasion, SEC violations, surveillance, company divorcing employees, etc. etc. lots of ugly stuff.

http://m.jsonline.com/more/news/14809767 5.htm

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