Pre-Marketing 12.27.10

December 27, 2010, 5:36 PM UTC

* Jeff Bercovici: Demand Media’s accounting is even more bogus than it seems

* Noam Scheiber: Wikileaks will be the death of big business and big government

* Steven Davidoff: Why Abercrombie & Fitch is moving its incorporation from Delaware to Ohio

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, European shares fall on China rate hike and the Nikkei rises 0.8%.

* About time: Job offers on the rise

* The nativity story, as told by social media

* Zillow: The decade’s 20 best-performing real estate cities

* Adam Rifkin: Dear Facebook, please give us back the Web

* BlackRock: The credit crisis is to blame for clean energy fund outflows

* A look at the numbers: “Merry Christmas” vs” Happy Holidays”

* Brad Feld: I’m creating a platform for platforms of platforms

* Man quits job, makes new living suing email spammers

* CEO futures: InTrade opens a betting line on Brian Moynihan’s head

* Term Sheet email newsletters are on a one-week hiatus, but sign up for their return next week

* Tweet of the Day (from last Thursday afternoon): @LaMonicaBuzz “Wouldn’t it be funny if Flash Crash 2 happened now? And by funny I mean absolutely terrifying since nobody’s around to stop the machines?”