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* Silicon Valley law firm warns super-angels that the FBI is interested in that “collusion”  dinner.

* Paul Volcker takes to Fox Biz News to say The White House isn’t anti-business. Pretty sure the network then returned to its regular “Obama is anti-business” programming.

* Just days before The Social Network is released, Mark Zuckerberg agrees to donate $100 million to the Newark public schools. There’s obviously some PR preempt going on here, but who cares. Good for Zuck.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls early on banks, European shares retreat and the Nikkei languishes.

* Blockbuster goes bust

* There’s CEO rich, and then there’s hedge fund rich

* Potash sues BHP Billiton. Read the complaint

* Alex Taussig: Is demand response a commodity yet?

* Josh Brown: Here’s a few things the markets are certain of

* HBS names its entrepreneurs-in-residence. Lots of familiar faces.

* IPO proceeds are way down, in comparison to how much the issuers want to raise

* Hedge fund boss gets a cameo in Wall Street II. Interesting, but I don’t think it’s going to help the film avoid “Blockbuster” status at the box office this weekend…