Monday, May 23, 2011

Andrew Ross Sorkin Talks 'Too Big to Fail' | Park Smoking Ban Now in Effect

MONDAY, MAY 23, 2011
Recently on Daily Intel:
Party Like It's 1999

Lerer Ventures Raises Another $25 Million for New York Startups

Eric Hippeau, HuffPo's recently departed CEO, will run the new fund.

Equal Rites

Focus on the Family Boss on Gay Marriage: ‘We’ve Probably Lost That’

"I think we need to start calculating where we are in the culture."


World’s Most Indestructible Limo Halted in Tracks by Driveway Ramp

President Obama had some car trouble in Ireland.

Oh Pawlease

Tim Pawlenty’s Campaign Is Already Dead, Hometown Paper Implies

A story about his official announcement ran on the obituary page.

The Donald

Donald Trump Vastly Overestimates America’s Post-Apprentice Appetite for Donald Trump

He's still grunting about running for president.

Glenn Beck Living Omnimedia

Glenn Beck Invented His Very Own Groupon

What does a Groupon for the Glenn Beck set look like?

Cable News News

Michael Steele Joins MSNBC As a Political Analyst

"I’m sure our discussions will be both informative and a bit spirited!"


Joe Biden Threatens to Run for President Again

In 2016, when he's nearly 74 years old.

Party Like It's 1999

Goldman Sachs Proves Wall Street Didn’t Screw LinkedIn

"Which bank, after all, is the greediest and most knowledgeable of them all?"


Scott Brown Just Gave Democrats a Very Generous Gift

He says the GOP's Medicare plan would "change Medicare as we know it."

Ink-Stained Wretches

What Is It With Adweek and Lady Editors?

Elizabeth Spiers, Arianna Huffington, and Tina Brown. All under attack?

Enemies of the State

Smoking a Cigarette in Central Park Will Now Cost You $50

Bloomberg's smoking ban goes into effect today.


Irish Village of Moneygall Welcomes Hometown Hero, Barack Obama

The town is in a tizzy for visit by a great-great-great grandson of one of its residents.

Careless Whispers

Senator Grassley Wants to Probe Steve Cohen’s Derivatives

The investigation meanders into the options market.

Fi-Cri Famous

Andrew Ross Sorkin Gets His Close-Up

The 'Times' reporter's book — and face — hit the small screen this week.



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