What We're Reading: Business Round-Up

Thursday, March 01, 2012

See what business and economics editor Charlie Herman has on his morning reading list.

  • Just when you thought it was safe to start banking again, the Wall Street Journal reports Bank of America looking at new monthly fees after $5 debit-card charge debacle.

  • The Los Angles Times attempts to decode Google’s new private policy. At work, Google thinks I’m a 65 year old male who like business news, investing and scandals and a particular interest in New York City. Well, there’s only one thing wrong in that analysis.

  • And J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon weighs on where he thinks pay is outrageous: Newspapers.  The “…percentage of newspaper company revenue paid out to employees ‘just damned outrageous,’" HuffPo reports.


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