By Dan Primack
September 30, 2010

* Bond Girl to Meredith Whitney: States are not like banks

* Danny Robinson: Banks may represent the next wave of funding for Internet startups

* Carlyle Group boss David Rubenstein on China: “I feel more welcome there than the halls of Congress.”

* Morning Call: U.S. futures down ahead of GDP data, London falls early, European shares retreat and the Nikkei sheds 2%.

* Michael Arrington’s road to millions

* Elizabeth Warren talks to Wall Street

* Bill Gross: Say goodbye to double-digit returns

* Singapore’s sov wealth fund: Emerging private equity, property look better than stocks

* Stephen Rasmussen launches a series of blog posts on the controversial IPO of PE-backed microfinance lender SKS

* Gizmodo finds the plans for Steve Jobs’ new manse

* Harvard Square is about to get its third Starbucks. BRING BACK THE TASTY!

* Tweet of the Day: @yoyoha To his dogs, Pavlov was remembered as nothing more than a gigantic tease.

* Tweet of the Day II: @BorowitzReport Excited about the New York Times’ pay wall. How much are they going to pay us to read it?

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