Pre-Marketing 11.16.10

November 16, 2010, 5:10 PM UTC

* Bill Gurley: Silicon Valley’s IPO anxiety

* John Shipman: The GM IPO brings back memories of the Blackstone IPO.

* Richard Morgan: Citi successfully defended itself against Terra Firma, but it didn’t come off as a sympathetic victim.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls earlyEuropean shares slide on Ireland and the Nikkei drifts downward.

* Felix Salmon: The value of OpenTable

* Izabella Kaminska: Inside an FX IPO

* The next private equity frontier: Mexican home loans?

* Evelyn Rusli: The incredible shrinking data storage sector

* A group of ex-Yahoos has launched a venture capital fund

* Mark Suster chats entrepreneurship and venture capital, at a recent event at Columbia B-School:

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