By Felix Salmon
October 7, 2010

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The US govt spent $1.15 billion in investment-banking fees in the first 9 months of 2010 — Fortune

The “neural pathways” of New York are often strewn with potholes — Yahoo

The FTTilt paywall question remains unanswered — PaidContent

Sidney Weinberg is dead — Bloomberg

Mishkin and Portes showed no interest whatever in Iceland until they were paid to do so, and they got it totally wrong. Still, they uniformly oppose disclosure of their financial relationships — CHE

If a conference claims that it’s “reputable”, that’s a very strong indication that it isn’t — Spamference

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Oh, and there are rumours that Microsoft and Adobe are talking about a merger/takeover/collaboration… what a disaster that would be!

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