Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
April 30, 2010
NYT

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Markets in everything: A one-week internship at Vogue sells for $42,500 — Gawker

Justice Dept. Said to Open Goldman Inquiry — NYT

Utterly incomprehensible AP press release talks about reaching “emerging devices like… desktops” — AP

‘Push-cop’ Pogan found guilty of lying, faces up to 4 years — NYPost

Ben Nelson, Wife Own as Much as $6 Million in Berkshire Stock — Businessweek

Did Goldman’s Ex-Mortgage Guru Lie Under Oath? I’m not convinced, but the circumstantial evidence is strong — Mother Jones

Paul Collier has a new book, The Plundered Planet — Amazon

Steve Jobs vs Flash. He’s convinced me — Apple

The LSE seems to be the fivethirtyeight of the UK elections — LSE

6 Palm execs make $8 million in 2 weeks — Footnoted

I now have a comments feed for this blog — Reuters RSS

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Felix, you’re working too much. Get some sleep.

Posted by Derrida | Report as abusive

tap tap tap…
Is this thing on?

Posted by vv111y | Report as abusive

So why is it so hard to turn off Flash in Safari?

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