Politics 15 May 2012 Other people's business, Tuesday 15 May. JP Morgan and the politics of baby names. Print HTML 1. A set-to as old as the Old Testament, (Financial Times) A five-alarm social media inferno was raging at Diageo, writes Andrew Hill. 2. Who's going to pay to update Britain's infrastructure? (Guardian) Research from the RAC reckons the annual take from motoring taxation will drop by £13bn by 2029 while traffic will grow by 50 %, writes Dan Milmo. 3. The politics of...baby names (Washington Post) A split between blue and red states when it comes to baby-naming, writes Sarah Kliff. 4. J.P. Morgan's woes cont. Damage control (Schumpeter) A LARGE, mistaken, trading position take by J.P. Morgan, one of America’s leading banks, already costing it more than $2 billion has become a weapon in major battles in Washington and the financial markets, wrties Schumpeter. 5. Murky U.S. bribery law gets a dose of clarity (Reuters) America’s murky bribery law is finally getting a dose of clarity, wrties Reynolds Holding. › Morning Call: pick of the papers Photograph: Getty Images Subscribe More Related articles An unmatched font of knowledge Leader: On capitalism and insecurity Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Liam Fox as International Trade Secretary mean for policy?