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February 6, 2023

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michaelmoore.jpgMoore’s ‘Capitalism: a Love Story’ to Debut in Venice – We thought it might debut at 85 Broad but whatevs. [Bloomberg]
In downturn, robots laid off – Statistics also show that robot suicides and chemical dependency is up. [Miami Herald]
Madoff gives feeder fund managers’ names to lawyer – Something about spending 150 years in prison makes a man want to talk. [Reuters]
Cablevision to spin off Madison Square assets: report – In other news, Penn Station will remain a toilet. [Reuters]
Air Canada Gets Bailout From Ottawa – “Air Canada has secured a 1 billion Canadian dollar ($922 million) lifeline with help from the federal government, giving the carrier a crucial infusion of cash to help it survive the recession and avoid another trip through bankruptcy protection, The Globe and Mail reported.” It’s the North American way. [DealBook]

michaelmoore.jpgMoore’s ‘Capitalism: a Love Story’ to Debut in Venice – We thought it might debut at 85 Broad but whatevs. [Bloomberg]
In downturn, robots laid off – Statistics also show that robot suicides and chemical dependency is up. [Miami Herald]
Madoff gives feeder fund managers’ names to lawyer – Something about spending 150 years in prison makes a man want to talk. [Reuters]
Cablevision to spin off Madison Square assets: report – In other news, Penn Station will remain a toilet. [Reuters]
Air Canada Gets Bailout From Ottawa – “Air Canada has secured a 1 billion Canadian dollar ($922 million) lifeline with help from the federal government, giving the carrier a crucial infusion of cash to help it survive the recession and avoid another trip through bankruptcy protection, The Globe and Mail reported.” It’s the North American way. [DealBook]

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