Here is our weekly review of articles from the world of trading, finance and business, as well as their crossing points with science, technology and pop-culture.
We start off with a piece that discusses the darker side of Silicon Valley’s spending and investing. (BBC)
A single but poignant chart showing how Google is worth more ad dollars than the entire newspaper business in the US. (Zero Hedge)
Some further friction between the UK and the EU with David Cameron refusing to pay surcharge. (Sky News)
Currency wars are back – Bloomberg take a look at how Central Banks are trying to “export” deflation. (Bloomberg)
With volatility and turmoil high in the stock market in recent weeks, this piece argues that long term investing is the key to increasing your savings. (The Washington Post)
And finally – Mark Zuckerberg speaking (acceptable) Mandarin and showing how important China is to Facebook’s growth. (The New York Times).