By Dan Primack
June 9, 2011

* Not a flash sale: Fusion-io raises $233 million in oversubscribed IPO

* Andrew Leonard: Tim Geithner’s plan to lose the 2012 election

* Richard Bernstein: “Monstrous” risks in emerging markets this year

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London rises early on oilEuropean shares retreat and the Nikkei climbs.

* The next billion-dollar Internet company: Coupons.com

* Felix Salmon: How fiscal ideology trumped job creation

* Bruce Bartlett: What your taxes do (and don’t) buy for you

* The big goodbye: Steve Eisman is leaving FrontPoint and his funds will be liquidated

* Locust bait: “Under current rules more is known about the mafia than the antics of private equity”

* Perform or perish: Federal fees halted to 3 large mortgage service providers, until they start doing a better job

* Henry Blodget: Time to eat crow. The NYT pay-wall is working

* Carl the concierge? Icahn plans to personally invite back a gambler who just took the Tropicana for $5.8 million at blackjack

* Tweet of the Day from @wquist, related to Fusion-io IPO: “People heard Facebook and left the room to put their buy order in”

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