There are a lot of links because I haven't posted since Thursday. Four big topics: The Fed, Google, tech earnings and the NSA scandal
Senate letter backs Yellen for Fed role - FT.com
In Tug of War Over New Fed Leader, Some Gender Undertones - NYTimes.com
Quiet Rivalry Over the Next Fed Leader Comes Out of the Shadows - NYTimes.com
Summers Faces Hit on Potential Fed Nod Over His Wall Street Ties - WSJ.com
Obama Bonding With Summers Over Tennis No Ace in Decision at Fed - Bloomberg
"Obama considers whether he “has a relationship with the person he’s about to name,” said former Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. “I wouldn’t call it the factor, but it’s a factor.” "
Econbrowser: The case for Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chair
Federal Reserve 'Doves' Beat 'Hawks' in Economic Pr...
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