Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
August 25, 2011

It turns out that Facebook’s “Places” application won’t be killing Foursquare after all.

After 42 years of confusion, we finally have an answer for how to spell Gaddafi’s surname in the Latin alphabet. Hint: it’s not Gaddafi.

Groupon is like a shark: it needs to keep moving (growing) to survive. Jeff Bercovici at Forbes outlines some of its problems.

The price of gold fell on Wednesday by a virtually unprecedented amount. Gold skeptics were not shy about expressing their pleasure. If they really wanted to mess with the Gold Bugs, they’d learn these easy steps to counterfeit gold bars.

And it turns out that writing a cinematic flop has a lot in common with working on a losing election campaign.

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