Monday links are secretly satisfied

July 27, 2009
"Eat what the monkey eats, then eat the monkey."

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Breakingviews claims to reach “nearly 4.5m investors and opinion-formers”. But its website has only 60k uniques.

“Eat what the monkey eats, then eat the monkey.”

Who’s managing FINRA’s money? (They lost $624 million in 2008)

Adventures in niche hedge fund reportage, Uzbek real-estate edition

Gawker Media is the Goldman Sachs of the Internet

The public rates the Fed even lower than the IRS

Moe Tkacik lands at Business Insider

“Much modern art is criticised for superficiality, but you won’t hear anyone saying that about this. Boy, is it deep

Stephanie Clifford should revisit this story, only this time start attacking Ben Stein

Brad DeLong’s dreams of reaching primary surplus – does anybody (including Brad) really believe it’ll happen?

The Antiguan receivers should be in charge of cleaning up the whole Stanford mess. The US guy is a disaster.

Any guesses how much Conde Nast pays in international data roaming charges for Steve Coll to sit in a traffic jam?

NY eating: “I was openly ashamed, secretly satisfied, and beyond that, vaguely guilty about being secretly satisfied”

NYT is now referring to “the Bank of America“. Has it been nationalized? No, it’s just the Vows page.

What a coincidence! That survey showing butchers are happier and have more sex? Was commissioned by Meat and Livestock Australia.

“Low end smartphones (Nokia’s supposed 2010 strategy) may be as attractive to discerning punters as discount sushi

Tobin Harshaw with a great round-up of the high-frequency trading debate

Ms Touby either has a car and a driver but not a whole new life, or a whole new life but no car and driver”

The new lendingtree: “a lifeless green block that sits on top of an extremely unwelcoming wordmark

Wines and spirits have gone down in price over 100 years, except for Bordeaux, which has “gone loopy”

Just when you thought the art market might be getting a bit less obnoxious, what with the recession and all

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