Barron’s: Bond Vigilantes Ride Again. After real interest rates rise, equities and commodities tumble. Take that, Ben.
BBC: China to tackle food price rises. China’s premier Wen Jiabao has said the government is preparing new measures to stem double-digit food price inflation.
Bloomberg: M&A Drives Rise in London Financial Job Vacancies, Survey Says. Job vacancies at London’s financial- services firms climbed 5 percent last month, helped by a jump in mergers and acquisitions and a recovery in the British economy, according to a survey by a recruiting firm.
BusinessWeek:Morgan Stanley’s Meeker Sees Online Ad Boom. Dot-com “Queen of the Net” Mary Meeker will tell today’s Web 2.0 Summit that Internet advertising will reach $50 billion and mobile commerce will outpace traditional e-commerce.
CNBC: Fast Money Traders: Are 2010 Market Gains Done? Stocks sold off sharply Tuesday with investors punishing commodities, tech and banks, broadly.
Forbes: 2011 Predictions For Google, Microsoft, Oracle And More. Analysis of what’s ahead for tech’s heavy hitters.
MarketWatch: This year, you decide. We’re asking the readers to choose the 2010 MarketWatch CEO of the Year. Take a look at the five nominees and vote.
Reuters:Upsized GM IPO could be biggest deal ever. General Motors Co is boosting the size of its common stock offering by more than 30 percent to $15.5 billion, two people familiar with the matter said, potentially making its landmark IPO the largest U.S. offering ever.
The Business Insider: Now Everyone Is Blaming Everyone For The Spiraling Eurozone Crisis. But is Europe less divided than the US?
The Economist: Socially challenging. Psychopathy seems to be caused by specific mental deficiencies.
The Financial Times: Women at the Top: FT ranking of top 50 women in business.
The Guardian: Osborne – UK will help Ireland through debt crisis. Chancellor vows to help restore stability as European finance ministers gather for meeting.
The New York Times: Findings: When the Mind Wanders, Happiness Also Strays. Using an iPhone app calledtrackyourhappiness, psychologists at Harvard contacted people around the world at random intervals to ask how they were feeling, what they were doing and what they were thinking.
The Telegraph: The world’s best places to live.
The Wall Street Journal: Bring On the Fat—and Taste. Celebrity chefs have slaved in haute cuisine kitchens and mastered the world’s most complex dishes. Today, they’re dedicating their culinary brain power to another challenge: How to cash in on the burger craze.