Around The Net In Ten Posts – Friday, May 25, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. Eurozone crisis live: ‘Battle lines’ drawn over eurobonds (Guardian)
  2. Crisis defines Poland, Turkey appeal (MarketWatch)
  3. After Barreling Ahead in Recession, China Finally Slows (New York Times)
  4. Swiss Franc May Need Changes in Swiss Banking (WSJ Blogs)
  5. What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)
  6. Cameron Urged to Prepare New Growth Push as Slump Deepens (Bloomberg)
  7. “HP Beats The Number!”  Only In America…and North Korea, Come to Think of It. (Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up)
  8. Microsoft Kinect Gets Smoked by New Technology (Minyanville)
  9. 2012 becomes 1844 or thereabouts (Bill Mitchell – billy blog)
  10. Morgan Stanley Is Holding A Firm-Wide Conference Call To Blame The Facebook IPO  Scandal On… Me (!?)(Henry Blodget – Business Insider)

What are you reading?

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