Monday 7atSeven: CEOs in motion
- January 23rd, 2012
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. We will see you later with the daily linkfest. Good luck out there today.
Assessing the link between the economy and stock market is tougher than it looks. (Capital Spectator)
Of what use is internet search data for investors? (The Psy-Fi Blog)
Why are companies so bad at buying back their own shares? (Economist)
Is Google+ really worth $100 billion? (Ari Kuchinksy)
Why China wins. (Pando Daily)
Week in review/preview
More signs that “things are slowly getting better.” (A Dash of Insight)
The economic schedule for the coming week. (Calculated Risk)
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