UF Weekend Reads

June 9, 2012

Here’s to getting out exclusive stories fast when need be. This week, pay close attention to Jamie Dimon, who will be on the congressional hot seat as he deals with questions over JPM’s $2 billion plus trading loss. And without further ado, here’s Sam Forgione’s weekend reads:

 

From Fortune:

Peter Elkind and Doris Burke add more arc to the “human drama” of MF Global’s collapse.

From The New York Times:

Ron Lieber has some tips to resolve the fear of falling behind on finances.

From Institutional Investor:

JP MorganChase’s trading loss could signal big changes for investment banks, writes Charles Wallace.

From Bloomberg Businessweek:

Matthew Philips brings the U.S. closer to the reality of European debt crisis contagion.

From The Washington Post:

Public workers and their unions could face the brunt of budget cuts, Sandhya Somashekhar and Krissah Thompson write.

 

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