By Dan Primack
October 18, 2011

* Jack Ma: I’ve lined up $20 billion to buy Yahoo

* 1st and 2 and 20: NFL plans to start venture fund

* Catherine Rampell: Who exactly is in that top 1%?

* Joe Weisenthal: A rundown of that Chinese GDP report

* Conor Friedersdorf: How Occupy Wall Street is like the Internet

* Morning Call: U.S. futures are mixedLondon falls early, Moody’s warns FranceEuropean shares fall on China GDP and the Nikkei retreats.

* Narrative reversal: Banks are picking up the lending pace

* Revolutionary: The future of preventative medicine

* Fred Destin: Lean is hard, and generally good for startups

* Preqin: Private equity has nearly $1 trillion in dry powder

* Memo to Fox Business staff: Stop trying to mimic Fox News

* Sean Parker on Facebook: “There’s good creepy and there’s bad creepy.”

* Wrong place, right time to leave: Richard Kinder is the luckiest ex-Enron employee

* Term Sheet is hosting our first Liquidity Event in New York City on November 14. Get tickets here.

* Line of the day: “So far this year, the finance industry or its employees have donated one in every 10 campaign dollars.”

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