By Felix Salmon
February 17, 2011
Indian Express

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“I wonder what a company would look like if you optimized around creating as many jobs as possible, instead of as few” — Noah Brier

“Keller added that if the experiment proved successful, the Times might create a section for moms in Brooklyn” — Onion

My bet with Marian Gibbon. If Facebook is still private in a year’s time, I win the value of one Facebook share — TweetDeck

Cricket-mad Jain inks Deutsche Bank ire — Indian Express

On female foreign correspondents and sexual assault — CJR

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“Times executive editor Bill Keller said of the new section, which will be printed in smudge-proof ink so it doesn’t soil the soft, pink hands of its readers.”

Lmao! That article is so funny yet so true.

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