Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
December 4, 2009
Dillow

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“A Nov. 26 article incorrectly said a Public Enemy song declared 9/11 a joke. The song refers to 911, the emergency phone number.” — WaPo

If we were friends with John Paulson, we’d know what the roman numeral for “9″ was. But I love this series — NYMag

The freelancer scam at Time and NBC Universal: you wanna get paid? Then take a discount! — Gawker

French conservatism: “I may have been looking too far afield,” he said. In the future, “there may be less Languedoc” — NYT

Pandora, explained — xkcd

He wanted to become a great financial success. As a result, he did not mind wearing women’s clothing — NYMag, Reuters

New Jersey pulls a Larry Summers, and pays $22K a day for foiled bond plan — Bloomberg

“Picture you are in a room with 10 people screaming” — Rortybomb

Bonuses & ideology — Dillow

Inside information is a hallucinogen — D^2

The French CDS market is looking very messy — Risk

Problems, the infographic — Buzzfed

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