In-Depth: One of the better PE resume advice columns I’ve seen. (Job Search Digest)
Bold predictions: 24/7 Wall Street predicts twelve huge M&A deals for 2010. (24/7)
Doomed: Movie Gallery, which already restructured once, has hired a restructuring advisor again. No surprise, how can they compete when even Blockbuster is getting killed by Netflix? (Debtwire)
Good Riddance: Amid all these rose-colored retrospectives on the decade, its nice to have a little cynicism in the mix. Time magazine lays out the Ten Worst Things About the Worst Decade Ever. (Time)
Servicey: How to restore your privacy on Facebook after the company switched up everyone’s settings. (Gawker)
Call to Arms: FT columnists write, “The good news: private equity firms are volunteering much more information about themselves and the largest companies they own. The bad news: they have much further to go before trigger-happy critics and regulators will holster their weapons.” (FT)
Speaking of critics (trigger happy or otherwise), here’s one: Josh Kosman talks about the Buyout of America with Forbes… Embed isn’t working, so view the video here.