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By Felix Salmon
May 7, 2010
NYT

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Update on tape revelations of stormy Copenhagen leader smackdown — now with Obama Admin response — NYT

Freddie Asks for $10.6 Billion — WSJ

Were 16 billion E-mini S&P 500 futures really sold in 2 minutes this afternoon? — CNBC

Barry’s looking pretty smart right around now — Ritholtz

“I survived the crash of 2:45 p.m.” t-shirts for sale — Zazzle

Mega Millions Winner is a journalist! — SCPR

Why is the FTC nosing around Apple & not Wall Street? Because the Federal Trade Commission Act explicitly excludes banks — Reich

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