Happy Thursday. The markets are trying to feed their taperworm, but we're all about the suds here with the morning six-pack:
Tired of taper talk, you say? Then let's look behind the scenes at the intensifying battle to fill Ben Bernanke's $3.6 trillion shoes. Larry Summers and Janet Yellen are duking it out, as the WaPo details.
Big business is a cutthroat world where sometimes the only rationale for doing something is to hurt the other guy. That may be the case with Apple's iTunes Radio, which Minyanville thinks is just for "keeping its users from other Internet radio products."