Bloomberg: Ryanair’s O’Leary Plans Shift to Major Airports as Growth Slows. Ryanair Holdings Plc is looking at opening routes to all major European airports bar the top three as slowing growth prompts the region’s top discount carrier to modify a strategy based on flying only to less-costly terminals.
BusinessWeek: Facebook Sells Your Friends. How Facebook plans to leverage its 550 million users into the greatest advertising juggernaut since Google.
CNBC: Thursday: US Data, Forex Markets Take Centerstage. Weekly jobless claims and existing home sales are the key numbers to watch Thursday, but investors will keep their focus on the volatile foreign exchange market.
Reuters: Microsoft yields more than U.S. Not long ago, tech investors didn’t expect, or want, payouts. With growth slowing, shareholders now need better rewards for the industry’s risks, writes Robert Cyran.
The Wall Street Journal: Bordeaux’s Best-Kept Secret. IThere are still a few ways to drink like a king on the wage of a pauper. One way to drink beautifully crafted, aged Bordeaux at a fraction of the going rate—buying second wines.