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* Fred Wilson: How Internet startups can acquire customers for free
* Live from New York (Stock Exchange): Bells, brokers, blue jackets and Bartiromo
* Crisis at the content farm? Google (GOOG) begins to move against companies like Demand Media. Demand (DMD) tries to sound like it isn’t worried.
* Morning Call: U.S. futures rise as oil prices fall, London halts trading due to “technical difficulties,” European shares rebound and the Nikkei gains 0.7%.
* Todd Woody: Solar projects pit green against green
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* UBS trading floor brawl: What began with a “gentle shove” quickly escalated
* Frontier market? Private equity begins looking at Kenya’s booming health sector
* Bailout II, Electric Boogaloo? AIG (AIG) says that it has liquidity concerns again
* Still not a free market: China shuts down access to LinkedIn (for a while), apparently in response to pro-democracy postings
* David Cay Johnston on Wisconsin: “Accepting Gov. Walker’ s assertions as fact, and failing to check, created the impression that somehow the workers are getting something extra, a gift from taxpayers. They are not.”