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By Felix Salmon
March 22, 2010
Bond Girl

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The SEC: Still toothless — Bond Girl

You want to move your money. But where to? USAA Bank would be a good choice — BankSimple

Is CLP a prime example of a company which does NOT prepare for fat-tail events? — Alice Schroeder

Every time you make a powerpoint, Edward Tufte kills a kitten — Goetz

Another GS board member steps down: this time it’s The Management Consultant, Rajat Gupta — Marketwatch

(Quick note: blogging’s going to be light Monday, since I’ll be spending most of the day in a UCLA conference room judging magazine articles.)

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re SEC: Would be fruitful to look into the activities of Kathleen Brown (who bailed out of the board of Countrywide with Henry Cisneros just before everything went mediaeval. She is or was “Senior Advisor with responsibility for Public Finance, Western Region for Goldman Sachs.”

She also happens to be the state atty general’s sister.

Posted by Uncle_Billy | Report as abusive

felix, your Alice Schroder link doesn’t seem to be working.

==Bob

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