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Review Comments | 08.03.09

ruthie.jpgRuth Madoff Can’t Spend $100 Without Telling Trustee – Don’t forget to call before buying that Metrocard Ruthie. [Bloomberg]
Investor Ross: ‘Washington Is The New Wall Street’ – Blasphemy. [NPR]
BofA settles Merrill bonus case with SEC for $33 million – Classic case of not admitting or denying charges, just throwing money at the problem. End of story. [Reuters]
A.I.G. Appoints a New Chief Executive – The self-loathing is contagious today. [DealBook]
Antidepressant Use in U.S. Doubled Over Decade to 10% in 2005 – Depressing news. Where the hell is our Prozac? [Bloomberg]

ruthie.jpgRuth Madoff Can’t Spend $100 Without Telling Trustee – Don’t forget to call before buying that Metrocard Ruthie. [Bloomberg]
Investor Ross: ‘Washington Is The New Wall Street’ – Blasphemy. [NPR]
BofA settles Merrill bonus case with SEC for $33 million – Classic case of not admitting or denying charges, just throwing money at the problem. End of story. [Reuters]
A.I.G. Appoints a New Chief Executive – The self-loathing is contagious today. [DealBook]
Antidepressant Use in U.S. Doubled Over Decade to 10% in 2005 – Depressing news. Where the hell is our Prozac? [Bloomberg]

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