Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
December 15, 2011

A new way the Euro crisis could become an American one — Business Insider

The EU reaches agreement… that prunes are not laxatives — Telegraph

James Murdoch’s entire defense is now he “did not read the full e-mail chain.” — NYT

Inside the Chinese village in open revolt against the government — Telegraph

One of Jon Corzine’s regulators throws him completely under the bus — Dealbook

I’m sure US CEOs completely deserved their 36.47% raises last year — Guardian

Surveymonkey, of all things, is now valued at a billion dollars — Fortune

And here are great photos of Las Vegas’s absurd real estate landscapes — Atlantic Cities

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