12.02.12 9:45 AM ET
The Week’s Best Business and Finance Longreads: Business Beast’s Picks for the Week of Nov. 30, 2012
Tax Burden Is Lower For Most Americans Than in the 1980s
Binyamin Appelbaum and Robert Gebeloff, The New York Times
Tim Heffernan, Washington Monthly
Mr. China Comes to America
James Fallows, The Atlantic
Why American might be the next manufacturing giant ... again.
Bond Investor Gundlach Buys Stocks, Sees ‘Kaboom’ Ahead
Seth Lubove and Alexis Leondis, Bloomberg Markets
America’s best bond investor quotes T.S. Eliot and makes his own Mondrians. The FBI also thinks he’s “brilliant.”
Walmart's Evolution From Big Box Giant To E-Commerce Innovator
Farhad Manjoo, Fast Company
Bentonville takes on Seattle: Walmart’s Internet battle plan.
Urging Economists to Step Away From the Blackboard
Brendan Greeley, Bloomberg Businessweek
Ronald Coase is 101 years old. He won the Nobel Prize 21 years ago for a paper he wrote in 1960. And now he’s trying to save economics from itself.