* Alex Salkever: Will the quants invade Sand Hill Road?
* Felix Salmon: Can you ethically invest in unthical companies?
* Sesame Street’s top scribe explains his show’s viral video dominance
* Chatroulette is dying, and nobody seems to care
* AIG takes a giant step toward repaying its bailout
* Shira Ovide: Will the jury believe Citi or Guy Hands?
* A new cloud-based service simplifies public record requests
* In semi-related news, Blackstone Group says it’s a “buyer’s market” for hedge funds.
* Study: Sovereign wealth funds are making more investments, but the actual deal sizes are smaller
* Caritas Christi Health Care says it will keep funding its worker pension obligations, even after being acquired by Cerberus.
* In case you were wondering: Millionaires have no time for Facebook
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* Tweet of the Day: @fredwilson thinking about the Who To Follow recommendations I don’t click on. there’s plenty of signal in that non action.
* Austan Goolsbee and Douglas Holtz-Eakin duke it out via whiteboards:
* President Obama last night stopped by the home of Google’s Marissa Mayer for a $30k-per head dinner (she was kinda excited). Here’s some video of the sidewalk scene: