How to Fake You’re Smart

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Interesting articles from multiple sources to make you look well informed.

  • In an agreement with New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, Citigroup will buy back $7 billion worth of auction-rate securities from its customers and pay $100 million in civil penalties.
  • The Wall Street Journal looks at the Children's Railway in Hungary, a full-sized train line in Budapest that is run by kids aged 10 to 14.
  • Scientific American looks at the squeaking of mice and finds a distinct form of verbal communication.
  • The CEO of Italian design firm Pininfarina––famous for its work with companies like Ferrari and Alpha Romeo––Andrea Pininfarina was killed as a car struck him while he was riding his Vespa scooter near Turin, Italy.
  • California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said that he'll refuse to sign any bills passed by the state legislature until it passes a budget.
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