Pre-Marketing: Breaking up Citigroup

Nov 18, 2011

Dan Primack was a senior editor at Fortune from 2010 to 2016. He was also the author of Term Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter about deals and dealmakers.

* Simon Johnson: Why not break up Citigroup?

* Too many angels: Sean Parker thinks Silicon Valley is in trouble

* Not so friendly: CEO gets major reimbursement just before bankruptcy filing

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London falls earlyEuropean shares sag and the Nikkei hits one-month low.

* Josh Kopelman: The path to revenue is quickening

* Maria Boyazny: Cleaning up after the credit binge

* Wade Roush: Why Mint.com for health is a terrible idea

* Jeff Bercovici: Permanent revolution at AOL

* Fraud: "Fund" manager falsely claims Facebook & Groupon shares

* Mish Shedlock: To save the euro, we must destroy Germany

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* Chart of the Day: Does the Philly Fed employment index portend a big November jobs jump? (h/t Ben White)

* Jon Stewart and Samantha Bee vs. Occupy Wall Street:

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