BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Mario Monti's decision to name himself Italy's finance minister leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Wednesday's 5 Biggest Stories
As if becoming Italy's new prime minister wasn't a tough enough task,
Mario Monti will also be the country's finance minister.
The Internet is buzzing this morning because of this report that says
Newt Gingrich was paid up to $1.8 million in consulting fees by
Quote of the Day"You know how screwed up Europe is when you have a German pope and an Italian central banker," hedge fund manager Kyle Bass said of the eurozone crisis, adding that the only resolution is a massive debt restructuring.
Company NewsIs Jerry Yang going to screw over Yahoo! (YHOO - Get Report) shareholders again?
MarketsFor all the handwringing over volatility, the S&P 500 has seen its intraday trading range shrink over the past two weeks.
Investment StrategyIf you want to invest like Warren Buffett, simply buy companies founded in the 19th century.
Odds and EndsMark Cuban, who recently said he's 50% in cash, offers his view on corporations and taxes. A must-read.
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