By Dan Primack
November 1, 2011

* James Altucher: How Yoda saved my business

* Mitch Kapor: Beyond Arrington and CNN

* Antoine Gara goes contrarian: Jon Corzine didn’t kill MF Global

* First time since Civil War: Over past 30 years, bonds have beaten stocks

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls earlyEuropean shares sink on Greek referendum and the Nikkei slides.

* Joshua Brown: Groupoem (or an IPO for the ages)

* Gideon Rachman: Obama’s transatlantic threat

* Paolo Manasse: The economics of economics blogs

* Arik Hesseldahl: HP’s TouchPad is the tablet that refuses to die

* Gabe Rivera: The secrets of Techmeme selection

* Self-serving? LivingSocial CEO says Groupon valuation criticism unfair

* Survey says: Majority of millionaires think their taxes should be higher

* Andrew Ross Sorkin: Being “from Goldman” is turning from a calling card into a liability

* Fung what? Chinatown bus operators have death rate 7 times higher than competitors

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* Tweet of the Day: @WadetoBlack The Kardashian family asks that you respect Kim’s privacy during this difficult time and wait until they finish editing the divorce special.

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