By Dan Primack
September 27, 2011

* CEOs in comics: Villains earn, heroes inherit

* After losing $9 billion in value since July, is Netflix now an M&A target?

* Coke CEO: “In many respects” it’s now easier doing business in China than in the U.S.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London rises earlyEuropean shares rebound and the Nikkei jumps on dividend-related buys.

* Boom towns: How new oil techs are reshaping North Dakota

* David Weidner: Wall Street elites enjoy police protection

* Bruce Bartlett: Why Obama is right to back Buffett

* Amity Shlaes: Warren Buffett is not the new Andrew Mellon

* The highest bid for Hulu came from…. Dish Networks

* HTTPS has been hacked: Will the industry respond fast enough?

* Sign up for our morning email on deals & deal-makers: GetTermSheet.com

* Study: Which countries have the fastest Internet speeds (hint: look east, including ex-Eastern bloc)

* Tweet of the Day: @LaMonicaBuzz So based on how well $LNKD did today, the Zillow CEO must be praying that the president will host a Town Hall on housing prices at $Z HQ.

* Tweet of the Day II: @janrezab Google is 13 years today! Perfect, it can now join Facebook!

* Video: Trader Alessio Rastani tells BBC that “governments don’t rule the world, Goldman Sachs rules the world.”

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