Tuesday Morning Reads: What’s a CEO Really Worth?

Nov. 09, 2011 10:50 PM ET
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Hope everyone is geared up and ready to rock. Whether your into work early, still on your morning commute, or just sitting at home we have some great articles to help kick start your day. Enjoy the list below and feel free to give us feedback on what you think either by leaving a comment below or following us on Facebook or Twitter.

What’s a CEO Really Worth? (The Motley Fool)

Can Anyone Really Create Jobs? (The New York Times)

We Found Oil! Is That Good? (The New York Times)

Too Big to Jail (The Nation)

Looks and smells like a bear market rally (MarketWatch)

Capitalism Can’t Just Be About Money (Tim Harford)

Here Comes the Sun (The New York Times)

Journalist All Use Wikipedia (Poynter)

Slowpoke Traders Seek to Gain on Speedsters (The Wall Street Journal)

What’s Wrong with Groupon? (Baseline Investor)

What’s a CEO Really Worth? (The Motley Fool)

The Big List of Behavioral Biases (Pys-Fi Blog)

One Google Books to Rule All of Them (The Awl)

Your Brain Knows a Lot More Than You Realize (Discover)

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