By Dan Primack
September 16, 2011

* What Geithner told Europe: Leverage that bailout fund

* Peter Kafka: Why Betaworks broke up the band

* Ryan Lawler: A deeper look at the NetFlix subscriber loss

* Stanford’s new peer pressure: “If you haven’t started a company by 20, you’re a failure.”

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London rises early, European shares climb and the Nikkei gains over 2%.

* Brian Blackstone: The economics of Oktoberfest

* It’s a game: Explaining the European financial crisis with legos

* Nuclear option: BoA has considered a Countrywide bankruptcy

* Cambridge’s Kendall Square now has an “Entrepreneur Walk of Fame”

* Exit stage left: John Mack stepping down as Morgan Stanley chairman

* Exit stage right: Twitter loses its chief scientist

* No spending cuts here: SEC and CFTC get increases in 2012 budgets

* Richard Russell: 12 tips for the new normal

* Tweet of the Day: @EvelynRusli accd to rogue ubs trader’s FB profile, he is a lover of adobe flash, photography, and “princess beatrice’s ridiculous royal wedding hat”

* John Stewart takes on the Solyndra debacle:

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