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The top of today's reading list has an article from MIT arguing that America's manufacturing sector has lost the ability to scale new ideas into production........ and the last article discusses the need for "macroethics."
- MIT: America's Manufacturing Sector Has Lost The Ability To Turn Innovative Products Into Volume Production (Richard A. McCormack, Manufacturing & Technology News, 05 March, 2013) Hat tip to Russell Huntley, Soft Currency Economics.
- JPMorgan: MF Global-like Segregation of Client Funds (Josh Rosner, The Big Picture, 14 March 2013) Banksters rule the world! All hail banksters!! See also story in The Wall Street Journal.
- Iraq war costs U.S. more than $2 trillion: study (Daniel Trotta, Reuters, 14 March 2013)
- Alien Planet's atmosphere contains water and carbon monoxide (Kelly Oakes, Scientific American, 14 March 2013)
- U.S. Bank Repossessions Drop to 65-Month Low in February as Foreclosure Starts Rebound 10 Percent From January (RealtyTrac, 12 March 2013) Ten states show a dangerous surge in foreclosures.
- Can we see China through our veil of propaganda? (Fabius Maximus, 16 March 2013) Fabius Maximus is a Global Economic Intersection contributor.
- Deductible Me (Kevin McKinley, Wealth Management.com, 14 March 2013)
- U.S. 19th In Quality Of Retirement Living (Financial Advisor, 07 March 2013)
- Full Text: Moody’s Downgrades Argentina’s Foreign Law Bonds to Caa1, Affirms B3 Issuer Rating, Outlook Negative (Credit Writedowns, 16 March 2013)
- Without an Effective Macroethics, Our Civilization is Doomed (Michael Hoexter, New Economic Perspectives, 14 March 2013)