Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
June 22, 2010
Portfolio

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Why has the SEC subpoenaed Sam Antar’s emails to journalists? And his recent divorce records? — Portfolio

Rosecrans Baldwin delivers 1,400 words on the phrase “Somewhere a Dog Barked” in novels — Slate

The Kindle is dead, long live the kindle! — GigaOm

Orszag Leaving as Budget Director; he’s done a magnificent job — NYT

NYC isn’t bigger than ever. It’s just everywhere else shrank faster than NYC did — MoJo

How to guarantee a leak to Dealbreaker: put “*** PLEASE DO NOT FORWARD THIS EMAIL ***” at the top. And make it stupid — Dealbreaker

Sources: Conde Nast to Revive Gourmet Brand — NYO

Jenny Holzer, in S Africa: “It’s better to give to children than to adults” — NYT

How Dangerous Is US Government Debt? The Risk of a Sudden Spike in US Interest Rates — CFR

Why Having a Toddler is Like Being at a Frat Party (make sure to read the comments) — Suburban Snapshots

McWilliams on good food: “we mustn’t allow the virtues of production to hide the dangers of consumption” — Atlantic

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The jury is still out on Orzag. If the health care reform bill is as damaging to the American fiscal situation as folks like Pimco think it will be, history will not remember him well.

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“Somewhere a blogger tweeted”

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