What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/12/14 ~ market folly

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/12/14

On UnionPay, China and smuggling money in Macau [Thomson Reuters]

Google's Eric Schmidt on the future of internet freedom [NYTimes]

IPOs: when stability creates instability [Pragmatic Capitalism]

Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac would be eliminated in Senate Bill [BusinessWeek]

The 'easy money' myth [Reformed Broker]

Media industry lists things that worry them about TWC/Comcast merger [WSJ]

Are malls over? [The New Yorker]

The future of TV is coming into focus and looks pretty great [Quartz]

Barely keeping up in TV's new golden age [NYTimes]

Mexico seeks telco and TV competition [Advanced Television]

Big batteries threaten big power stations and utilities' profits [Economist]

Kate Spade (KATE) faces uphill fight to be next Ralph Lauren [Bloomberg]

Smartphone payment system to be unveiled in UK [FT]

The gaming console market is in crisis [TechCrunch]

Google looking to keep its search engine relevant in age of apps [WSJ]

The future of wearable technology [SlideShare]

Alibaba to buy control of ChinaVision [Reuters]

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