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Sulzberger Tires of Wondering Whether Print Is Dead

• Pinch Sulzberger: “Will we print the NYT in five years? I don’t care.” [Haaretz via E&P]
GE CEO Jeff Immelt calls a Post story about a sale or spinoff of NBC Universal, “more or less made-up stupid drivel.” [Fortune]
• Will Ferrell and Sacha Baron Cohen “too big” to share VF’s Hollywood cover. Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Chris Rock, and Jack Black apparently not so big. [Deadline Hollywood/LA Weekly]

• How a Morgan Stanley trader turned a $10.8 million order into $10.8 billion: something about carrying the one. [Reuters/CNNMoney]
• Where were all the corporate big shots last Sunday? Check out the map of company-owned jets leaving Super Bowl Central on Monday morning. [BoingBoing via DealBreaker]
• Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette founder and former SEC chairman William H. Donaldson joins Perella Weinberg Partners. Is the firm getting closer to a big deal? [DealBook/NYT]

• Anonymous trash-talking describes former Sullivan & Cromwell associate Aaron Charney as “unnecessarily combative,” along with some tawdry mixed metaphors. [Above the Law]
• Keeping up with its country-club cousins, boutique firm Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, Anello & Bohrer raises associates’ salaries to $160,000. [Crain’s]
• Judith S. Kaye will be the state’s chief judge until the end of 2008; a Cuomo appointee, she waited out Pataki in order to get to Spitzer. [NYT]

• See our complete coverage of Fall 2007 Fashon Week.

Sulzberger Tires of Wondering Whether Print Is Dead