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Barry Ritholtz

Ritholtz's 10 Friday Reads: Lehman, NCAA and 'Government Motors'

The end of the week is in sight, and my bubonic plague refuses to go away.

The end of the week is in sight, and my bubonic plague refuses to go away:

• Value is a highly useful fiction (Crossing Wall Street)
• Niedermeyer: Still 'Government Motors,' Recall and All (Bloomberg View)
• The Next Problem: Too Much Profit (WSJ)
• 26.9 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR: Lehman to Dole Out Additional $17.9 Billion to Creditors (WSJ)
• Microsoft Office for iPad sets the gold standard for tablet productivity (ZDNet) but see Why Office for iPad Took 4 Years to Get Here (Mashable)
• React to the Reality, Not the Image of It (NY Times)
• A Union That Doesn't Want Wages? (Priceonomics) see also The NCAA released a statement on the NLRB ruling, and it is hilariously, excessively wrong (Sippin On Purple)
• Do Corporations Have Religious Beliefs? (Al Jazeera America)
• Missing: Up To 4 Million Workers (FiveThirtyEight)
• California's Historic Drought (The Atlantic)