Hot Links: The Land of Disasters

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Futures higher as DJ Mario Draghi plays our favorite jam.  (FTAlphaville)

Last legit bank analyst on Wall Street Mike Mayo tells Bloomberg TV that Morgan Stanley could be worth $32 (!) in a break-up.  (Bloomberg)

Europe is screwing up the earnings for every industry in the US.  (WSJ)

In the Land of Disasters, Zynga stands head and shoulders above the crowd.  (NYT) and (NYP)

Dick Fuld is like some kind of reverse-King Midas where everything and everyone he’s ever come into contact with is cursed.  (DealJournal)

Roben Fazad on the Sandy Weill about-face that rocked Wall Street yesterday.  (BusinessWeek)

Sometimes you’ve got to delegate to get business done.  (HBR)

Who are the 14 most annoying people in your Twitter feed?  (GQ)

Your favorite rappers doing everyday normal shit.  (TheChive)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors this morning! (WSJFA)



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