Links: 2010-11-21

  • US firms warn Irish over tax move – Telegraph
  • Lessons from history in China’s inflation crisis – Telegraph
  • Apple’s iPhone SIM card plan thwarted – Telegraph
  • Shane Ross: Honohan: hero of the hour – Independent.ie
  • Currency war: the stakes for Africa | Sanou Mbaye | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
  • Lenihan to seek Cabinet approval for financial bailout – The Irish Times
  • Bruce Krasting: It’s the ‘Bernank’ that done it!
  • Study: iPhone 4 users happier than Android, BlackBerry users | Electronista
  • Althouse: TSA bumper stickers.
  • Why Congress Isn’t So Concerned With TSA Nude Scans & Gropes: They Get To Skip Them | Techdirt
  • What Afghans Are Thinking – Swampland – TIME.com
  • Could She Reach the Top in 2012? You Betcha – NYTimes.com
  • Nuking the White House – NYTimes.com
  • FT Alphaville » Bernanke: it’s not me, it’s you
  • FT Alphaville » Commodity ETFs: even worse than you thought
  • FT Alphaville » Iron Lady did not like ironclad EMU
  • How Apple’s Closed Ways Could Land It Into Antitrust Trouble
  • Whoa, Google, That’s A Pretty Big Security Hole
  • Facebook Removing Gmail From List Of Third Party Email Providers
  • Ireland: The timidity of the lawyers | afoe | A Fistful of Euros | European Opinion
  • Car Sales Rise $23 Billion | Credit Writedowns
  • Dollar War in Detail | Credit Writedowns
  • Fresh Fed attack – National Post
  • FT.com / Equities – Beware return of QE2 and animal spirits
  • Senate approves compensation for black farmers| Reuters
  • Facebook Debt Collection Case Is Definitely A First
  • What rich people are selling at the pawn shop
  • OverThePeak.com | Blog | Quantum Easing
  • FT Alphaville » Bursting bubbles
  • Ring a Ring o’ Roses « naked capitalism
  • Judge wants answers to foreclosure document fees
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