By Dan Primack
January 18, 2011

* Paul Farrell: Four reasons Buffett’s legacy will die by 2020

* Stewart Lyman: Does biotech suffer from information overload or underload?

* John Battelle: Why the coming Internet IPO boom is different from the last one

* Daniel Indiviglio: It’s an attractive populist cry to abolish the Fed, but what would become of its duties?

* Morning Call: U.S. tech stocks set to fall on Steve Jobs health news, London rises earlyEuropean shares climb and the Nikkei edges higher.

* Chen Hong: Shenzhen now has a “Manhattan-style” district

* Same old, same old: J. Crew doesn’t get any rival bids during its go-shop

* Goldman Sachs pulls its Facebook offering for U.S. clients. Blames the media.

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* Survey says: Institutional investors have lost faith in European venture capital

* Blog of the day: Things real people don’t say about advertising

* Now who’s angry? 8th grader designs game that knocks Angry Birds out of App Store top spot

* PE advisors pop champagne corks: Financial sponsor revenue doubled last year from their 2009 levels

* President Obama: “I am signing an executive order that … requires that federal agencies ensure that regulations protect our safety, health and environment while promoting economic growth. And it orders a government-wide review of the rules already on the books to remove outdated regulations that stifle job creation and make our economy less competitive. It’s a review that will help bring order to regulations that have become a patchwork of overlapping rules, the result of tinkering by administrations and legislators of both parties and the influence of special interests in Washington over decades.”

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