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Noteworthy News – August 13, 2012

Economy:

Boston Has a Bigger Economy Than Greece – Atlantic

Resource Rich, Cash Poor – Slate

Google searches give central banks new tool - SFGate

China’s slowing economy could complicate relationship with U.S. – Washington Post

Bank cuts growth forecast close to zero – BBC

Markets:

Are You Worth More Dead Than Alive? - New York Times

The next great oil crisis – Miami Herald

US drought threatens food price surge – Financial Times

The college-cost calamity: Many American universities are in financial trouble – Economist

Politics:

A controlled break-up of the euro would be hugely risky and expensive. So is waiting for a solution to turn up - Economist

Alan Greenspan on His Fed Legacy and the Economy – Bloomberg

Banks:

Goldman Sachs Will Not Face Criminal Charges: Justice Department – Huffington Post

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