Reading around — Nov. 30

Reuters: Microsoft and Yahoo in talks again

WSJ: Are Democratic Presidents Good for Stocks?

TechCrunch: When Everyone Is A Blogger, Nothing You Say Is Off The Record

TechCrunch: SEC Outlines Its Reasoning For Shutting Down P2P Lender Prosper — SEC rules the person to person network is a seller of securities and as such should be licensed. Other P2P lenders are also under scrutiny. The issue first arose in October — San Francisco Business Times: Prosper suspends lending, Zopa exits U.S. market.

WSJ: Consumers Say Wall Street Failed Them — Consumers say they’re asked to take all the risk, and they don’t know what they’re doing.

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