Transparency!

  • 12 Mar 2013 at 4:15 PM
  • Fed

Very, Very SFW: The Fed’s Flickr Page

The Beard presides.

The Federal Reserve’s new taste for increased, if delayed, transparency has found a new venue: Flickr. Check it out for four-month old pictures of Ben & Friends. [Flickr via WSJ]

Like her lunging brother from another mother, she, too, spent the morning attempting to “illuminate a dark cranny in the financial world.” [Gothamist, earlier]

Earlier today on Wall Street, a group of individuals stripped naked as part of their demand for transparency in the financial world. “I’m trying to illuminate a dark cranny in the financial world,” performance artist Zefrey Throwell, whose mother “her entire life savings in the stock market crash of 2008,” told Metro. “Its been three years and nothing has changed. It’s still mysterious.” A dark cranny of the financial world wasn’t the only thing that got illuminated, as the group’s “commentary against the financial industry” apparently involved some intense nude lunging. (Probably NSFW, unless you work for Ron Jeremy’s new consulting firm or at SAC.) Read more »