Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
December 9, 2009
Reuters

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A laid off i-banker applies to law school — McSweeney’s

Mexico’s Carstens moves from FinMin to Banxico. Where next, the OECD? — Reuters

Tett: “The IIF is frantically fighting back by wielding a list of bullet points intended to bore its opponents into submission” — FT

All about my suit — Twitter, Twitpic, TBI, BNN

When Bess Levin met Steve Cohen — Dealbreaker

Fox News has difficulty counting to 100, again — MR

Konczal to the Roosevelt Institute. Blog, wonderfully, remains — Rortybomb

Stupid reporters argue on the air — Stupid Videos

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On the main page the first counterparties link never seems to be active. If I click through to the whole post it becomes active.

Posted by Zdneal | Report as abusive

Zdneal, that’s a known bug, we’re working on it.

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