Other people's business, Thursday 5 April
Top picks from the business press: the ivy league and cracking the whip on market abuse
1. City is right to crack whip on market abuse (Financial Times)
My respect for the City of London’s enforcers has gone up a notch, writes John Gapper.
2. Wall Street hangs in limbo despite market rebound (Reuters)
Wall Street shouldn’t get too excited about the latest recovery, writes Anthony Currie.
3. The government has just made home buying (slightly) more expensive (Washington Post)
Americans are still wary about buying homes, writes Suzy Khimm.
4. The promise of today’s factory jobs (New York Times)
To hear Mike Bink, one might believe American manufacturing is about to recapture its lost glory, writes Eduardo Porter.
5. Higher education: iVy League (Schumpeter)
This is a brave moment to launch a for-profit university, writes Schumpeter.
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