Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
October 16, 2009
CJR

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CFPA, RIP: NYT > WSJ — CJR

Error-riddled “Superfreakonomics” — Climate Progress. The complaints ring true to me.

Why business media has to be very big or very small. — The Deal

A nuanced appreciation of Bruce Wasserstein — TED

Why the wrong person always wins — TNR

The Washington Post Has the Worst Opinion Section in America — Gawker

Why works of conceptual art have an inherent investment risk — NYT

Tullett Prebon’s BlackBerry burners — Guardian

The crazy story of Nicholas Bolton, the seemingly-idiotic Australian kid who ended up making millions — Greenbackd

Trust and Delegation — SSRN. As written up in the FT.

Danish workaholics — Jon Lund

Ads disappear from the Daily Mail’s exercise in homophobic hatemongering — Media Blog

A small, realistic painting of NYT op ed columnist David Brooks, by young American artist Matthew Cerletty — Jenbee

“We’re not looking interested in digging up private details about private citizens,” lies Gawker, stalking Goldmanites — Gawker

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