Morning six-pack: What we're reading Tuesday
Happy Tuesday. You'll be shocked, just shocked, to know that it's snowing here on the East Coast.
At 88 years young, Maurice "Hank" Greenberg is back with a big bet on Obamacare. (Jewish Business News)
This could be sweet: King Digital Entertainment, which is partly responsible for all those annoying requests you get on Facebook through its Candy Crush game, has filed for an initial public offering. (CNET)
Suddenly that go-go junk bond market is starting to look a little tired, and credit managers are getting worried. (Pensions & Investments)
Insider trading cases may be doing more to advance prosecutors' careers than investor interests. (Cato Institute)
Remember Reader's Digest? The little magazine that could has a new owner who believes he can take it to profitability faster than you'd think. (PressGazette)
And finally ... Larry Summers is sounding the warning bells about wealth disparity, ironically drawing a "Downton Abbey" parallel that mostly rich people will only get. CNBC.com's Jenny Cosgrave explains.
—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.