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Noteworthy News – May 12, 2014

Economy:

Online tests are the latest gateway to landing a new job - Washington Post

After the crash, we need a revolution in the way we teach economics – Guardian

A Possible Path to Closing the Pay Gap - New York Times

Where Is the Inequality Problem? - Project Syndicate (Rogoff)

Ask yourself, says a notorious ‘Occupy’ academic, should your job exist? – PBS Newshour

Markets:

Mortgage rates defy forecasts – LA Times

Yes, we’re in a tech bubble. Here’s how I know it - CNN Money

I’m worried about a crisis bigger than 2008: Faber – CNBC

Politics:

Pope urges ‘legitimate redistribution’ of wealth – Kansas.com

Fed Chair: ‘Deficits Will Rise to Unsustainable Levels’ – CNSNews

Could take 5-8 years to shrink Fed portfolio: Yellen - Reuters

Banks:

Hedge Fund Moguls’ Pay has the 1% Looking up – Dealbook

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