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7 March 2012

Pick of the biz press, Wednesday 7 March

A round up of the best business opinion from today

By New Statesman

Lehman is back! is the financial crisis over? (Reuters)

Lehman has emerged from bankruptcy – but this doesn’t tell us much about our financial future, writes Anthony Currie.

The Thinking Jacket, a new trend (Freakonomics)

Could wearing a white lab coat improve performance?

Who cares how many jobs Apple have created? (Reuters)

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Apple has commissioned a study showing it produces around half a million jobs in the US, but the figures are misleading, writes Daniel Indiviglio.

The end of Apple’s roach motel? (Wall Street Journal)

Apple’s vast profit margins aren’t built to last, writes Holman Jenkins.