UF Weekend Reads

October 5, 2012

Fall really arrives in NYC this weekend. What better time then for Sam Forgione’s weekend reads. Have a whale of a time.

From The New York Times:

Susan Dominus long read about Ina Drew, the “natural” risk manager, who oversaw JP Morgan’s $6 billion trading loss.

From Vanity Fair:

More on Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan from the writing team of William D. Cohan and Bethany McLean

From The New Yorker:

Reuters’ Chrystia Freeland investigates why a pocket of the ultra-rich whose money pile has grown during Obama’s term have likened him to Hitler.

From the LA Times:

Michael Hiltzik critiques one billionaire’s sway in politics.

From Slate:

Matthew Yglesias looks closely at a strong forecaster’s ear for signal vs. noise.

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