* Sarah Lynch: Headaches at the SEC’s think tank
* Priming the pump: Facebook hopes investors flock to today’s RenRen IPO
* Bill Saporito: Vulture investors swoop in on “broken” condominium projects
* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London opens strong, European shares slip on miners and the Nikkei edges higher.
* Ezra Klein: The real cost of Osama bin Laden
* Sarah Butcher: Has Jefferies hired too many people in its front office?
* David Kesmodel: The bitter culture clash between Budweiser and InBev
* Mark DeCambre: Lloyd Blankfein is staying put for at least the next two years
* John Carney: Are flight attendants rebelling against charging customers for peanuts?
* From the Valley: Your CEO is here, but your company is on the other side of the Atlantic
* Julian Assange: Facebook “is the most appalling spying machine that has ever been invented.”
* Hand over your whistle: Yandex, a Russian search engine that last week filed to go public on the Nasdaq, turns over information on an anti-corruption blogger to Russian authorities.
* Tweet of the Day: @BillGross “Last bubble was about new markets/opportunities. This bubble is about scale, unbelievable scale.” Geoff Yang, Redpoint @ #GC2011