Good Monday morning. Here is what I'm reading to start the week:
• Companies turning again to stock buybacks to reward shareholders (Washington Post)
• You Win By Thinking Everyone Else Is Wrong (Motley Fool)
• Surowiecki: How Should We Solve the Pension-Fund Crisis? (New Yorker)
• Is art a good investment? Two NYU economists estimated real returns on art from 1875 to 2000 to be 4.9 percent. (WSJ)
• How to Take Good Photos for Under $1,000 (Prolost)
• This Is the Average Man's Body (The Atlantic)
• Holiday Tipping Survey: How Much Do You Give? (Zagat)
What are you reading?
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