By Dan Primack
September 21, 2011

* British for beer: SABMiller buying Foster’s for $10 billion

* Sorry Cerberus: A bad economy does not trigger a MAC

* Imitation of Kraft? PepsiCo has a lot to gain from a breakup

* Morning Call: U.S. futures flat ahead of Fed statement,  London slips early, European shares fall and the Nikkei climbs.

* Marc Andreessen: Merging Glam and Ning

* So much for political independence: GOP urges Fed not to act

* Doug Weaver: Don’t be evil, revisited

* Tim Duy to Paul Volcker: This is not the 1970s

* ProPublica: A primer on Obama’s proposed “millionaire’s tax”

* We take the Fifth: Solyndra execs won’t testify at Congressional hearing

* Roger Altman: America and Europe are on the verge of a disastrous recession

* Getting closer: It looks like the Feds will indeed bring criminal charges against Rajat Gupta

*  Tweet of the Day: @chatcat PB&J sandwiches have decided to split in two – PB just couldn’t be slowed down by legacy jelly anymore, wants to focus solely on crunchy

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