Footnotes: Women Make Money; JP Morgan May or May Not Have Been Hacked Again; Real Housewives of Federal Prison | 10.02.14

A Mathematical Argument For More Women In Leadership ROI and stuff [Fast Co]

Fed’s Dudley defends examiners after criticism [MW]

JPMorgan denies NY Times report that its computer system was hacked "The story is false. We are not aware of any new attack," JPMorgan spokeswoman Patricia Wexler said in an email. [Reuters]

JPMorgan Discovers Further Cyber Security Issues That "false" story [DealBook]

Why a judge's Stockton bankruptcy ruling matters [CNBC]

MIT Hopes Your Tweets Can Solve Society’s Problems [Newsweek]

Teresa Giudice Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison in Fraud Case Her hairline should be on probation [E!]

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