Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
September 7, 2010
NYT

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Soros gives $100 million to Human Rights Watch — NYT

Diamond to be CEO of Barclays — NYT

“He says he can’t decide which is more unbelievable, the fact that there was a horse in the Apple Store, or that he didn’t notice it.” — Chimero

Are “heavy media multitaskers” really heavy media multitaskers? — Language Log

After yields bottomed in 1956, bonds suffered negative returns for 30 years — MHFT

Shelly Silver flatly refuses to disclose how many shares he holds, or how much they’re worth — NYDN

Pandit personifies the problem at Citi, and Mayo is right to be skeptical. He has been covering Citi longer than anyone running it — WSJ

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I guess getting money from Soros beats having to suck up to the Saudis for the money….

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