* Hank Paulson: My role in the financial crisis
* Thomas Catan: DoJ and FTC bureaucrats battle over pole position on anti-trust cases
* Poke, poke: Court rules that Winklevoss twins must abide by original Facebook settlement, but they plan to appeal. Meanwhile, the guy who claims Zuck gave him a 50% ownership stake in 2003 may have some actual evidence.
* Anthony Nicholls: What is really killing pharma
* Bob Buderi: If Michigan were a stock, I’d buy lots of options
* Q&A with Richard Miller: Re-engineering the way we teach engineers
* Is debt refinancing the only remaining option for troubled Indian microfinance institutions?
* Star witness? Will Waiting for Superman star Geoffrey Canada be allowed to testify on Raj’s behalf?
* Sneaky squid? Marvell Tech (MRVL) co-founders sue Goldman Sachs (GS), alleging they were duped into meeting a margin call.
* Line of the Day, from a review of David Foster Wallace’s final tome: “Unfortunately, when you’re dead, people make decisions for you.”
* Obama’s upcoming budget speech reportedly will call for higher taxes on wealthier Americans. Is this simply about finally letting Bush-era cuts expire, or could carried interest also be back on the table?