Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
April 1, 2010
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PropertyShark “has nearly 60 full-time employees”?! — Crain’s

Oh yes, it’s for real — Hello Kitty Wine

What happens when you google someone who’s remotely famous — Gawker

If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire… a local journalist! — ProPublica

Now THIS is how to respond to a C&D nastygram — Village Voice

Jeff Koons shoots a sequence of gay-animal shots for NYT Mag — NYT

US banking employee compensation chart — Blogspot

The refined pirate business model — FT

Johnston Press reported to be quietly dropping pay wall experiment after “uptake in single figures” — HTFP

Wherein Yale’s David Swensen tries to make a virtue out of a necessity — PEHub

Great advice on payday lenders for those in the army — Army Well-Being

Bill Rhodes retires from Citi. Wonder how his memoirs are coming along — Citi

“The first quarter of 2010 is likely to be the worst ever for natural perils losses in the reinsurance industry” — Risk Market News

A letter to Obama, and his reply — WaPo

The Pope was “firm on one crucial point of doctrine: Get them young.” — Hitchens

“The purpose of this post is to highlight a key lesson of Middle East peacemaking: Leave Lady Gaga the hell out of it.” — CNAS

Just what the world needs: yet another low-budget vertical targeting the “global business professional” — MediaBistro

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Felix,

Big fan of this blog. I was curious if you knew to go along with the chart on pay in the US banking industry how the industry employees have increased along with the pay to create a pay per employee chart.

Posted by Scott2287 | Report as abusive

The Jeff Koons link above is not working, FYI.
==Bob

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