Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
January 5, 2011
WSJ

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“You want to believe these are real questions, given that Business Insider feels like such a reputable source” — Technology Woman

“In Canada 80% of postdocs earn $38,600 or less per year—the average salary of a construction worker.” — Economist

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is all about plain English. So why is its press release a 69-word sentence? — Treasury

World Bank Issues Yuan Bond — WSJ

George W. Bush and authorship — Atlantic

LeBron’s ego, in pastry form — Last Angry Fan

Adventures with Bowdlerization, Huckleberry Finn edition — Publishers Weekly

Women Laughing Alone With Salad — The Hairpin

Magnus Carlsen seems unnaturally well-adjusted, for a 19-year-old world chess #1 — Chessbase

“It’s outdated to think that snacks are dry and beverages are wet” — WSJ

Holly Petraeus to the CFPB, charged with protecting the military from predatory lenders — HuffPo

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