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By Felix Salmon
October 6, 2009
Sabernomics

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Clay Risen says Goldman Sachs will never be able to get to grips with the realities of the blogosphere — Faster Times

Olympic voting was “a win for prediction markets, not a failure” — Sabernomics

Surowiecki on the “palpable longing among pundits for Americans to become more frugal” — TNY

Backwardation in tin! — Telegraph

Hempton unleashes his analysis of BBVA’s US subsidiary, on the grounds that it might give an insight into BBVA — Bronte Capital

This is what you pay McKinsey for: the decision to axe Gourmet rather than Bon Appetit. — NYT

“You may already be drinking box wine and not know it”: wine is shipped in bladders in containers, then bottled — Wine Economist

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