By Dan Primack
May 27, 2011

* Trade secret: Why PayPal is suing Google

* What liquidity concerns? Public pensions jump back into hedge funds

* Felix Salmon: Yes, there is a big ratio spike in U.S. companies going public on foreign exchanges

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London rises earlyEuropean shares climb on Basel III report and the Nikkei slips.

* Justin Fox: The value of teaching your customers how to spell

* Mike Spector: Auto bailout left behind crash victims

* Sid Verma: Egyptian banks face a Lehman-style slowdown

* From London to Germany: Guy Hands has a new debt headache

* Survey says: 46% of financiers would still work with someone like DSK

* Sign up for Term Sheet morning emails by going to GetTermSheet.com

* Morgan Stanley warns on the Euro crisis: This time it could be different

* Wade Roush: Yes, technology has destroyed jobs. Here’s how it may return them.

* Ripping down the Ivy: How Smith College crushes Harvard’s endowment returns

* Apax Partners: We are not going to become publicly-traded (for more on the fund, go here)

* Greg Roth says CalPERS will announce a new private equity chief on Tuesday. I still say it will be Real Desrochers.

* Too Big To Fail (The Movie) condensed into 90 seconds:

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‘Too Big to Fail’ in 80 Seconds, posted with vodpod

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