Krugman, Lewis, & Joy on Money & Markets

Three provocative pieces in this weekend’s money-oriented edition of the N.Y. Times magazine:

  • Paul Krugman argues Alan Greenspan’s legacy will be “aid & comfort” to a fiscally irresponsible administration
  • Michael Lewis on the “joys” of investing in socially responsible companies
  • Bill Joy on why markets are good at “go”, but not very good at “stop” or slow down
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