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Europe’s Lehman moment slowly arriving…

17 sovereign countries deeply divided, without unified fiscal authority, its banks with the world's highest leverage ratios – this is Europe. You are probably wondering why Europe's "Lehman moment" still hasn't arrived.  Or it may have taken another form.  Instead, we have seen a slow-motion leak of confidence and a steady drain on credibility that has extracted a large and growing toll on stock and bond prices and on the livelihoods of its citizens.

Read this analysis from NYT.

What Edison and Jobs have in common

An analogy of Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs, from NYT.