By Dan Primack
September 9, 2011

* Solyndra FBI raid: Is failure a crime?

* Fact Sheet: Obama’s proposed American Jobs Act

* Telis Demos: Correlation of U.S. stocks highest since 1987 crash

* I still think it’s bogus: Judge widens anti-trust suit against PE firms

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls early, European shares tumble and the Nikkei slips.

* Nick Bilton: The lifespan of a link

* David Pearson: Electric car battery shakeup ahead

* Dan Freed: Banks bombshell may lie in sleeper suit

* Julie Segal: Will venture capital give Intel back its edge?

* Infographic: The American identify according to social media

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* Jeff Clavier: I just hired someone I tried to dissuade from becoming a VC

* Business as usual: Congressional “super-committee” members are lining up fundraisers

* Tweet of the Day: @ReformedBroker “Hmmm, I think I can probably fix Yahoo” – every single 13D-filing hedge fund manager $YHOO

* Steve Schwarzman touches on a number of topics in CNBC interview, including his effective tax rate:

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