Pre-Marketing 3.21.11

March 21, 2011, 3:23 PM UTC

The first Pre-Marketing of spring...

* James Picerno: The limits of the Yale model

* Om Malik: Everybody loses in the AT&T/T-Mobile merger

* Jonathan Weil: For CEOs, the moral of Freddie & Fannie’s collapse is to choose your frauds carefully

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London rises earlyEuropean shares climb on telecom and Japanese futures rise (but market remains closed).

* Adventures in viral video: Jumio and the “Anti-Cash League”

* John Dearie: The Fed’s mandate should be broadened, not narrowed

* Anti-trust bust? Nasdaq bid for NYSE would be a tough sell at the FTC

* Speaking of anti-trust issues, Stacey Higgenbotham looks into AT&T/T-Mobile

* Groupon CEO: We placed too much trust in ad agency for Super Bowl spots

* Marc Andreessen on fashion: Get ready for wearable computers

* Revolving door: From hedge fund fraud prober to Goldman Sachs

* Default watch: Can pizza chain Sbarro’s “remain a going concern?”

* Wyoming may be set to change its policy on disclosure of state investment in private equity

* Tweet of the Day: @jeff: Buy a few Facebook shares? RT @mikebutcher: I wonder what Deutsche Telekom will do with $39bn…

* Blackstone Group (BX) boss Steve Schwarzman exudes optimism on the U.S. economy:

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Schwarzman CNBC, posted with vodpod