Yesterday we mentioned that we thought The Wall Street Journal's addition of bits of conversation overheard around the food cart in front of Lehman Brothers to its piece about the bank's probable sale was a little skeevy, and it turns out we weren't the only ones. This morning, Felix Salmon snapped this photo of a sign in a coffee-cart window. Looks like someone is a little tired of being quoted as "a source with knowledge of the discussions." [Market Movers/Portfolio]
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