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Causing a Rift: New memoir from Paul Allen causes problems with his buddy, Bill Gates.

Shocker: David Sokol, a major contender to succeed Warren Buffet at Berkshire Hathaway, has resigned.

+1: Google launches its answer to Facebook’s like button.

Just Do It: Japan weighs pouring concrete over crippled nuclear plant.

Moving Up: Why escalators bring out the best in people.

A Housewarming: Finally, we have some pics of Yuri Milner’s new $100 mln Silicon Valley digs.

Ousted: Orbitz is dropping Alamo and National Car Rental after contract talks fail.

Seriously? U.S. regulators give the O.K. to Shell to drill a deep-water well in the Gulf.

Closing: Citadel is shuttering a $200 million residential mortgage fund after the portfolio manager leaves.

Breaking Bread: Which Wall Street exec paid $100,000 to lunch with Bill Clinton?

1 Comment

  • Luisa – What do you mean by your “Seriously?” comment? Are you suggesting that we should never drill another deepwater well due to 1 bad accident, as opposed to improving safety measures? By that standard, I’m not sure what source of energy we could ever use (coal mining accidents, Chernobyl, etc.).

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