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The Summer Is Getting REALLY Sticky and Unpleasant for Dick Fuld

The Lehmann Brothers CEO says he's "disappointed" by losses as rumors of the firm's demise intensify, 'Bazaar' editor Glenda Bailey becomes a dame, and Britney's NYC apartment goes on the market in today's roundup of news from the realms of finance, media, real estate, and law.

Richard Branson to Kick Off Virgin Hotel Chain in New York?

Bajillionaire Branson may be spending more time in Manhattan. Meanwhile, Cablevision lawyer Harvey L. Beneson mortgages his Hamptons house to pay off his lawsuit, UBS clients run scared as a federal investigation warms up, and another magazine catering to the rich appears on the horizon, in today's roundup of news from the worlds of real estate, law, finance, and media.

Ana Marie Cox Comes Full Circle at ‘Radar’

The founding Wonkette editor signs on to do irreverent political coverage for Maer's magazine, another Charles Kushner associate goes down, and Andrew Cuomo noses around Dick Grasso's package, in our daily roundup of news from the worlds of media, real estate, law, and finance.

Katrina vanden Heuvel Gets Most of Her Talking Points From Jezebel

'The Nation' editor and publisher reminds lady bloggers that imitation is flattery, Dick Grasso heads to court, and either a W or a Westin sets its sights on the Lower East Side — all that and more, in our daily digest of media, finance, real-estate, and law news.

Crane Collapse Causes Building Delays

Also, the real Mr. Big thought watching the 'Sex and the City' movie was "eerie," and Wachovia chief G. Kennedy Thompson is out the door. And more, in our daily industry roundup.

Bloomberg: Crane Collapse ‘Intolerable’

The mayor gives developers and union leaders a piece of his mind at a press conference on this morning's crane collapse, students and colleagues of a popular Wall Street figure are flabbergasted by the SEC charges filed against him, and CNN's Jessica Yellin gets into a war of words about the war.

John Koblin of the ‘Observer’ Is Probably Just Jealous

Blogger Emily Gould's 'Times Magazine' cover continues to ruffle feathers, Scarlett Johansson relocates to a totally boring neighborhood, and Baker & McKenzie partner Martin Weisberg is indicted — again. All that and more in our daily roundup of media, real-estate, law and finance news!

JPMorgan Will Take On Half of Bear Stearns Staff

Or you could say JPMorgan will FIRE half of Bear Stearns staff. It's all how you look at it, really. Plus! The GM building may have a new owner, 'People' people get a hairy new deadline, and a lawyer's advice for tax dodgers in our daily roundup of industry news.

Fox News Sicced Bill O'Reilly on NBC's Punk Ass

Thin-skinned media bigwigs trade insults, Microsoft and Yahoo continue to make eyes at each other across the boardroom table, and a mysterious, rich felon moves into the Plaza … all in today's roundup of media, finance, law and real-estate news.

He's an Icahnimal!

Carl Icahn may be getting ready to sink his teeth into Yahoo, 'Newsday' girds intself for new ownership, and 'Vogue' editor Hamish Bowles within prime stalking distance of Daily Intel editor Chris Rovzar in our daily roundup of finance, media, law, and real-estate news.