Quick Hits: Pension Funding, Turbulence Software, Risk, etc.

Some quick links to empty my ever-overflowing link box:

  • Airline flights less turbulent because of new turbulence analysis software (EETimes)
  • Pension funds’ liabilities grew about 2.0% in August (Mellon)
  • Post-price-cut iPhone sales are reportedly up 300% (Piper Jaffray via B2)
  • The strange and wondrous story of Internet fraudster — he once faux-bidded for Sony — Lawrence Niren (Bloomberg)
  • A primer on subprime risk (RiskMetrics)
  • Paul Saffo predicts end of U.S. economic model (YouTube via Epicenter)

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