Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
April 11, 2011
Bronte Capital

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The Wall Street Mind: Oblivious — NYMag

Never tell someone they’re wrong on the internet without saying where & why — Culturing Science

In which Hempton applauds the Australian authorities for vetoing the takeover of their stock exchange by Singapore — Bronte Capital

In which Donald Trump complains about Gail Collins — NYT

“Nothing motivated me to get this tattoo except a love of liberty and the fact that I was at Mardi Gras & pretty drunk” — Pete Eyre

In an Ivory Coast hotel, “bunker down and hope” — Reuters

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Trump, mind you, said that the last recession was an act of God. I tell you what…if he gets to St. Peter’s gate, he can ask if God caused the last recession. If he doesn’t make it to St. Peter’s gate, we’ll probably know: reruns of his insipid shows.

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