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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2011-12-07

In this issue:  Saving capitalism, rescuing the euro, and
being traumatized by Twilight.

According to HBS Working Knowledge, only capitalists can
save capitalism.  Business leaders themselves can made a
difference, say the authors of Capitalism at Risk:
Rethinking the Role of Business.
Motley Fool says an amped-up business model is taking the
blame for killing MF Global, which it doesn't deserve.

Motley Fool says housing is to blame for the slow jobs
market.  The key to getting the economy back on track is
deleveraging -- paying off debt accumulated during the
bubble years.  For households, the vast majority of that
debt is in the form of mortgages.

  E-Discovery Made More Efficient:

Time Asia says the test of Egypt's elections will be
durability and credibility.  Will they stick as a legitimate
barometer of the popular will and help establish democratic

HBS Working Knowledge says greater fiscal integration is the
best solution for the euro crisis.  European ministers and
central bankers are preparing for a summit this week to save
the euro and the euro zone by solving the debt crisis that
threatens the world economy.
Finance & Development the euro area's long-term survival
requires a fundamental transformation of policymaking

AskMen says news outlets in the U.S. have received multiple
reports of people suffering seizures while watching the
birth scene of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1.