WSJ: How to Twitter
Puget Sound Business Journal: Foreclosure path started with mortgage after 2 bankruptcies — Puget Sound Business Journal follows some of the 172 families that were served foreclosure notices in Kings County during one week in December. Good reading.
TechCrunch: Robert Scoble To Leave FastCompany
ProPublica: GMAC, MetLife Among Banks Undergoing Stress Tests — Based on the criteria announced by the Treasury Department and publicly available data, ProPublica compiled a list of those 19 banks undergoing stress tests.
Banks on ProPublica’s list:
|Name||Total Assets (Billions)|
|1. JPMorgan Chase||2,175|
|3. Bank of America (not including Merrill Lynch)||1,822|
|4. Wells Fargo||1,310|
|5. Goldman Sachs||885|
|6. Morgan Stanley||659|
|8. PNC Financial Services||291|
|9. U.S. Bancorp||267|
|10. Bank of New York Mellon||238|
|13. State Street||177|
|14. Capital One Financial Corp.||166|
|16. Regions Financial Corp.||146|
|17. American Express||126|
|18. Fifth Third Bancorp||120|
WSJ: Poet of the Ordinary — recalling the work of Horton Foote.
Dave Winer: Poor man’s email? — Includes Google’s interest in Twitter, how Pepsi established itself against Coke and how already established companies react to a successful upstart.