By Dan Primack
September 22, 2010

* Nicholas Carson: The Facebook movie is an act of cold-blooded revenge

* Investor sue buyout firm Brantley Partners for using its fund as “a personal piggy-bank”

* Mike Arrington raises the specter of price-fixing in the seed-stage investment world. Dave McClure fires back.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls early, European shares retreat and the Nikkei dips.

* Mark Cuban’s insider trader case is  revived

* Corporate debt, now with fewer defaults

* Obama (sort of) responds to Schwarzman’s Nazi comments

* Back to the future: Leveraged loans aren’t just for commercial banks anymore

* Tweet of the Day: @infoarbitrage i’ve gotta say, i don’t know why so many sounded the death-knell of boston vc. there is tons of great stuff going on in beantown

* Speaking of which, Boston tech and life sciences companies keep suing rivals in Silicon Valley

* Is BetFair another Ocado?

* Latest episode of This Week in Venture Capital:

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