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Sun January 02, 2011
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(Conceivably Tech)   Yo, dawg, I hear you like patents, so we filed a patent on patents so you can infringe our patent while you patent  (conceivablytech.com) (42)
(CNN)   50 is the new 18-49  (money.cnn.com) (53)
(UPI)   Italian sparkling wine outsells champagne by 10 million bottles. Still no love for Sparkling Muscatel, one of the finest wines of Idaho  (upi.com) (26)
(CNN)   50 million taxpayers must delay IRS filing because Congress acted so late this year cleaning up the tax code  (money.cnn.com) (41)
(Some Guy)   Not satisfied with treating existing passengers like nameless revenue generating meat-socks, American Airlines takes their game to a whole new level, craps on potential Expedia, Orbitz customers  (dfw.cbslocal.com) (47)

Sat January 01, 2011
(C|Net)   Millions of AT&T customers may defect to Verizon when it gets the iPhone. Millions more may stay because AT&T network performance will improve after so many others leave  (news.cnet.com) (112)
(The New York Times)   Hearst in talks to buy magazines. Yeah, well, if you're gonna rob a bank you better have ammo  (nytimes.com) (9)
(Chicago Tribune)   Alliance of apiculturists want consumers to bee aware of where their honey comes from. Sweet  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (21)
(MSNBC)   After revival of Old Spice in 2010, marketroids predict traditional mascots and brands such as Mr. Peanut, Chevy, Levi's, Pert Plus, and Sure will make big comeback in 2011 among young, hipster-y consumers  (msnbc.msn.com) (67)

Fri December 31, 2010
(NPR)   Hey, you know how "microfinance" was going to save the Third World? Yeah, it got taken over by scumbag companies that charge the poor outrageous interest rates and use collection practices so harsh it's driven some to suicide  (npr.org) (186)
(Some Guy)   Alumium is the new aluminum  (photonics.com) (27)
(Some Guy)   Algae is the new corn  (greeneconomypost.com) (15)
(CNN)   An economist finally utters something that makes sense: "Why try to forecast the truly unpredictable?"   (finance.fortune.cnn.com) (42)
(Bloomberg)   Borders approaches Chapter 11 in their choose your own adventure novel  T-Shirt  (bloomberg.com) (80)
(LA Times)   Social media is about as useful for business as Fark.com is for workplace productivity   (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (31)
(Bloomberg)   Corn is the new Aluminum  (bloomberg.com) (21)
(UPI)   Goodyear must pay $32.2M for accident. Maybe next time, they'll tread more carefully  (upi.com) (11)
(UPI)   U.S. markets opened on New Year's Eve with declines. HOORAY, 2010  (upi.com) (5)
(Daily Mail)   Costco begins sales of 40 proof alcoholic chocolate milk. It does a body good  (dailymail.co.uk) (44)
(Chicago Sun-Times)   Gasoline demand is down on the news that people would rather pay their rent and eat  (suntimes.com) (33)

Thu December 30, 2010
(The Consumerist)   Hotel washes every coin they receive in an effort to stop some weirdo's ass-penny scheme  T-Shirt  (consumerist.com) (47)
(Huffington Post)   Interviewing for a new job? You can expect questions like, "How is a raven like a writing desk?"  (huffingtonpost.com) (187)
(CNN)   Jobless claims drop on news of Owen Wilson's speedy recovery  (money.cnn.com) (27)
(Some Guy)   The presence of a HOA drives down property values  (redesign.rumormiller.com) (111)
(Bloomberg)   Honda recalls 19,000 snowblowers due to previously unknown flamethrower feature. On the bright side, that's a hell of a way to clear your driveway  (bloomberg.com) (65)
(cfnews13.com)   Disney unions face ultimatum: accept final offer or strike-a-dee-doo-dah  (cfnews13.com) (18)
(Yahoo)   Transocean is refusing to respond to subpoenas from the government agency investigating the gulf spill, Apparently they thought these were the optional kind of subpoenas  (news.yahoo.com) (41)
(Chicago Tribune)   Study confirms people are willing to pay for certain things on the web. Please, only a fool would pay $5 per month for some extra links  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (19)
(South Bend Tribune)   Wal-Mart stops selling kid's CD after parents complain it contains profanity not usually heard in their homes  (southbendtribune.com) (114)
(Washington Post)   Fianancial regulators flee the government for enormous paychecks helping companies navigate around the laws they just wrote. This is why we can't have a stable economy  (washingtonpost.com) (21)
(CNN)   Ford introduces the nanny car, which allows parents to set a maximum speed of 65-80 MPH. Subby assumes they are also planning to eventually build cars that can reach 80 MPH  (money.cnn.com) (100)

Wed December 29, 2010
(CNN)   Blizzard costs over $1 billion to retailers, as they still have no answer to the latest World of Warcraft expansion  (money.cnn.com) (50)
(Bloomberg)   Won't somebody think of the poor multi-national companies?  (bloomberg.com) (34)
(Chicago Tribune)   Forget WaaahhhMu customers, Chase is going to make everyone take it up the assets next year  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (52)
(BusinessWeek)   Groupon manages to raise almost one billion dollars. Which would have been a big deal if Google hadn't offered them $5 BILLION MORE  (businessweek.com) (40)
(Bloomberg)   Owner of the Franklin Mint sues the company for not going up in value  (bloomberg.com) (43)
(Chicago Tribune)   That credit card you smugly post about how much cash you get back from is actually putting you deeper in debt  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (59)
(Forbes)   Copper is the new gold  (blogs.forbes.com) (41)
(Yahoo)   If you were a borrower with a bad mortgage you are an idiot who should have read the fine print. If you are a multi-billion dollar investor who bought those mortgages, you are an innocent victim who should sue  (news.yahoo.com) (52)
(Bloomberg)   Aluminum is the new copper  (bloomberg.com) (14)
(AJC)   Delta loses Army officer's German shepherd  (ajc.com) (92)
(Some Guy)   Still think the middle class is in danger of being wiped out? Here's 22 statistics that back up that claim  (businessinsider.com) (86)
(Fox Business)   The high-tech matchup that everyone has been waiting for-Sears and Roxio team up to offer on-line movies. Plans to develop new "virtual out-of-stock" technology  T-Shirt  (foxbusiness.com) (7)
(Yahoo)   Great news everyone: it looks like BP won't be forced into bankruptcy over the costs of cleaning up the Gulf after all, in fact, they'll barely notice the loss long-term. And you were so worried  (news.yahoo.com) (14)
(Statesman)   Airlines respond to massive clusterfark on the East Coast by raising ticket prices  (statesman.com) (42)

Tue December 28, 2010
(Forbes)   Neodymium is the new gold  (forbes.com) (40)
(Yahoo)   Gold tops $1,400 per ounce on news that the Fed broke the printing press and can't turn it off  (finance.yahoo.com) (50)
(Telegraph)   Dyson uninvents the vacuum cleaner, and from the looks of it, it's going to suck. And by suck, I mean not suck  (telegraph.co.uk) (212)
(FARK)   Fark's 2010 Headline of the Year contest: Business headlines  (fark.com) (69)
(The Consumerist)   Bank of America tries to foreclose on couple that never missed a payment. This is not a repeat from last week. Or last month. Or the time before that  (consumerist.com) (81)
(LA Times)   U.S. home prices are falling so fast they might break the sound barrier  (latimes.com) (82)
(Chicago Tribune)   Fed expected to ruin the dollar some more today  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (32)
(Bloomberg)   Look kids, Santa brought us economic hopelessness and despair for Christmas. Yippie  (bloomberg.com) (8)
(Chicago Tribune)   McDonald's hires new VP of international tasteless crap  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (11)
(The New York Times)   Airlines are running about 12% closer to capacity than they were ten years ago, which means the blizzard cancellations will take twice as long to clear out as they would have 10 years ago   (fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com) (21)
(BusinessWeek)   H&R Block is no longer able to offer it's Refund Anticipation Loan, the cry you hear is from Farkers that are going to be broke for 4-6 weeks longer this year  (businessweek.com) (77)
(The New York Times)   Betting on "Peak Oil" is a good way to lose your money  (nytimes.com) (48)
(Gizmodo)   Those annoying AOL coaster discs that infested the 90's like a plague of locusts cost AOL "about $35 per user"  (gizmodo.com) (69)
(Wall Street Journal)   Silver is the new gold  (online.wsj.com) (112)

Mon December 27, 2010
(Boston Globe)   Thursday is eviction day. Judge has five minutes to decide whether man on fixed income with 17.3% ARM mortgage is victim, deadbeat, or dumbass  (boston.com) (162)

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