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Cofee* HubSpot’s Dharmesh Shah: 9 quick tips learned while raising $33 million in venture capital

* Sorkin hedges a bit on his criticism of the recent HCA dividend, letting an analyst report titled “Shell Game” draw most of the blood.

* Google is expected to roll out its Twitter killer today, but Nicholas Carson (correctly) says it needs to play nice with Twitter (and Facebook) in order to succeed. Also: Dave Winer gives his wishlist for what Google’s service could/should offer and Scoble thinks Twitter and Facebook will be just fine.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures lifted by Greece rescue talks, London rises early, European shares dip, the Nikkei falls despite a Toyota bump and Hong Kong snaps its losing streak.

* Howard Lindzon chats with the Betaworks boys

* Should individuals be regulated like Wall Street banks?

* Fighting words from Liu Lefei, chairman of private equity for China’s CITIC Capital: “Local funds will replace foreign investors in the future.”

* Do these charts prove that “too big to fail” is alive and well?

* Philip Augar: A better way (than the Volcker rules) to break up the banks

* Speaking of the Volcker rules, Dick Bove chimes in:

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