Morning six-pack: What we're reading Thursday
Happy Thursday. If anyone wants to offer a couple billion for the Morning Six-Pack, we're all ears.
Of course, you've heard: 23-year-old turns down $3 billion offer for something called Snapchat. Kids these days. Sigh. (CNET)
Ben Bernanke disciple Janet Yellen will be trying to convince Congress she's up to the task of helming the manic money-printers at the Federal Reserve. This is the single greatest thing we've seen about the hearings: Yellen...wait for it...bingo! (Quartz)
Lots of questions-for-Yellen and things-you-need-to-know lists out there. Here's a good one. (Baltimore Business Journal)
If you hate your job, know this: It could be worse. You could be part of President Barack Obama's Cabinet. (Politico)
We'll take it on face that "the highly-anticipated Isabel Marant for H&M collaboration" is a thing, but the hoopla seems sort of silly. Or not. (Racked)
And, finally: Meredith Whitney says, Oh boy, I'm starting a hedge fund. Market says: "Meh." CNBC.com's Lawrence Delevingne explains.
—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.