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  1. Incredible! The story the about wife bonuses is particularly bizarre.
  2. List of the top 100 richest bitcoin addresses.
  3. "The UPenn Journal of Business Law recently published my (first!) law review article, which proposes a relatively far-reaching solution: Reinterpreting existing law to impose a strong presumption in favor of low-cost index funds for tax-advantaged, employer-sponsored DC plans, including 401(k)s. Even if you don't agree with that solution, something needs to be done."
  4. " Now OWS is launching the ROLLING JUBILEE, a program that has been in development for months. OWS is going to start buying distressed debt (medical bills, student loans, etc.) in order to forgive it. As a test run, we spent $500, which bought $14,000 of distressed debt. We then ERASED THAT DEBT. (If you’re a debt broker, once you own someone’s debt you can do whatever you want with it — traditionally, you hound debtors to their grave trying to collect. We’re playing a different game. A MORE AWESOME GAME.)"
  5. Amazing graph of natural gas price fluctuations. The robots are running the show people.
  6. Alright. I got this one late. What's funny is that I've read the paper copy a whole bunch of times but never really even thought to look for a website!
  7. Great content! Super annoying layout!
  8. Expose on the ASA. Amazing.
  9. "With the financial meltdown eroding IT budgets, large investment banks, hedge funds and other financial institutions have been forced to rethink their attitudes toward open source technology. Use of open source technology is quietly booming in the capital markets because of increased cost pressures, and analysts predict the current economic conditions will drive further industry adoption."
  10. :The estimated dollar value of volunteer time is $20.25 per hour for 2008. The estimate helps acknowledge the millions of individuals who dedicate their time, talents, and energy to making a difference. Charitable organizations can use this estimate to quantify the enormous value volunteers provide."
  11. Harvard loses $8 billion in the market. Whoops.
  12. nice writeup by the author of liar's poker
  13. Gripping account of the financial crisis.

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