Pre-Marketing: When it’s okay to go bankrupt

December 12, 2011, 4:49 PM UTC

* James Surowiecki: The bankruptcy double-standard

* Hep C market: Biotech’s version of the Daytona 500

* Inside Corzine: A romance with risk that sparked a panic

* Seriously: Drunken RIM execs chewed through restraints after in-flight fracas

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls early, European shares retreat and the Nikkei climbs.

* Josh Kopelman: Saving time vs. killing time

* Bruce Booth: When sunk costs begin mattering in VC

* Mark Gongloff: Eight questions Europe still hasn’t answered

* Most likely to succeed at finance: “Unlucky in love” emailers

* Graphic of the Day: What makes someone leave a website

* Daniel Schäfer: Private equity trapped in zombie funds

* Get Term Sheet: Sign up for our daily email on deals & deal-makers

* Eric Lichtblau: With lobbying blitz, for-profit colleges diluted new rules

 * Y Combinator vs. TechStars: Whose companies bring in more funding?

* Hanging with the homeless billionaire: 102 Minutes with Nicolas Berggruen

* Tweet of the Day @TonyFratto Yahoo cut back on having a CEO so they could sponsor a debate. #hardship #IowaDebate

* 60 Minutes chats with Warren Buffett’s son (and chosen successor) Howard:

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