By Dan Primack
December 20, 2011

* Stacy Higginbotham: Wireless deals will continue

* Deutsche Telekom: Radio silence on Plan B (Shira lays out its options)

* Dear Internet: It’s no longer okay to not know how Congress works

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London slumps earlyEuropean shares climb and the Nikkei gains.

* Lucy Marcus: Board lessons from RBS

* Chart of the Day: Investors bail on BRICs

* Herb Greenberg: 2007 interview with the late Warren Hellman

* Suzanne McGee: Why fertilizer is a better buy than gold

* Bess Levin: Did OWS mess with the wrong TV writers?

* Ben Popper: Is Groupon too poor to build its own data center?

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* Andrew Ross Sorkin: Should I-banks have two ways to win on IPOs?

* Island shell game: Tax haven shifts from Puerto Rico to the Caymans

* Tweet of the Day: @TPCarney If you grant the logic of anti-trust law, Verizon’s support of the AT&T-TMobile merger is a good tip that the merger wld not be pro-consumer

* Tweet of the Day II: @LaMonicaBuzz I can’t wait for the next hot new $ZNGA game. MarginCallVille.

* Tweet of the Day III: @Todd_Wright NBC will pay the NFL $950M/year for SNF. That’s $2M LESS than Delta made last year on baggage fees.

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