By Dan Primack
October 25, 2010

* Princeton plans to cut ties with half of its private equity managers

* New research shows that Americans favor radical wealth redistribution

* Bess Levin rips apart (and then stomps on) an attack ad from NJ Congressional candidate Rush Holt, who is running against a hedge fund manager.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London falls early, European shares climb and the Nikkei slides.

* Obama vs. pomegranates

The best email auto-response. Ever.

* Ray Ozzie gives his farewell address to Microsoft (MSFT)

* Barry Ritholtz: 15 inviolable rules for dealing with Wall Street

* Ken Myer: The end of a recession, the beginning of a talent crunch

* Today in big buyouts: Carlyle offers $2.9 billion for CommScope (CTV)

* Jon Orlin knows you’ve heard this before, but the Internet really is killing cable TV

* Seth Levine: Forbes is wrong, there is no “Foundry Group” signaling problem in Boulder

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* So, you want to go to law school:

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