Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
June 5, 2010
LAT

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Huge spelling bee controversy — WaPo

Company which refuses to hire the unemployed says it wants “to rifle-shoot the folks we’re interested in” — HuffPo

Thomas Kinkade firm seeks bankruptcy protection — LAT

Bill Gates vs Steve Ballmer vs Steve Jobs — 37signals

One week after it went on sale, more than 66,000 people had paid $5 for Wired’s iPad app — Yahoo

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i enjoy your coverage on film futures. to see why the studios oppose it, read my article: http://hollywoodandwall.com/why-the-stud ios-hate-film-futures/

Posted by hollywoodnwall | Report as abusive

I keep seeing that chart of Microsoft’s market cap, and all I think is that Gates got out at the right time. Remember Peter Lynch’s run at Fidelity Magellan? I thought the same thing then–he bailed at the right time.

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