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Cofee* Omaha on the Hudson? Henry Kravis wants to make KKR more like Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway.

* Proposed U.S. “Fat Cat” tax may hit foreign funds

* AT&T asks customers in NYC and San Francisco to cut data usage. How is Luke Wilson going to explain that away?

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher ahead of retail sales data, London rises early, European shares extend rebound, the Nikkei climbs and China shares dip.

* Valérie Demont: To be or not to be a public company

* Marshall Kirkpatrick: Why Facebook changed its privacy strategy

A look at where all the Madoff scandal’s key players are today, one year after Bernie got arrested.

* WaPo: “The wanderlust that helped define the American character has been reined in by the recession and the collapse in housing prices, according to a new study showing fewer Americans changing residences than at any time since World War II.”

* Get your Jersey Shore nickname

* Scott Cutler of NYSE Euronext on the possibility of an IPO comeback:



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