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By Felix Salmon
December 28, 2009
WSJ

Real earnings of the S&P 500 ended the decade 80% lower than they began -- Econbrowser

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AT&T stops selling iPhones in NYC because their network here is so craptastic — Consumerist, AllThingsD

“March 2009 is a reductio ad absurdum of the notion that CAPM alpha can be used as a metric of investment performance” — Dsquared

The inverse relationship between CEO pay and shareholder returns — WSJ

Real earnings of the S&P 500 ended the decade 80% lower than they began — Econbrowser

The WSJ’s Tastings column, RIP. Its common-sense attitude to wine will be sorely missed — WSJ

Bloomberg Quietly Scraps General News Department — Gawker

NominaStultorum explains why “New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of” is grammatical — Awl

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