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H&M: The Game

• When shopping at H&M isn’t stimulating enough, play The Sims 2: H&M Fashion Runway. [Pro-G]
• The Olsens do menswear. [Fashionista]
• Ralph Lauren claims American fashion is just starting. [British Vogue]

• Hedge-fund manager Phillip Goldstein admits to cursing out executives and calling people at ISS “useful idiots” but can’t recall if he made anyone cry. [DealBreaker]
• The NYSE was slapped with a $4 billion lawsuit alleging that the exchange’s electronic system has overcharged traders since 1998. [NYP]
UBS killed off the internal hedge fund Dillon Read Capital and its bloated, inexperience staff that made too much money. [Bloomberg]

• David Chase is a fan of Departures, but does the magazine’s appearance on The Sopranos have significant cultural relevance? [WWD]
• Meet the next generation of magazine CEOs: John Squires, Philippe Guelton, Michael Clinton, and David Carey. All male, of course. [AdAge]
• The anatomy of a horrible campaign: how Saatchi & Saatchi went so wrong with its Doc Martens-and-dead-rockers ads. [NYT]

• Divorce lawyer Raoul Felder has some ideas for the jailed Paris Hilton: Keep to yourself and take up knitting. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• Hillary Clinton popped by Skadden, Arps yesterday to say hello to one of her biggest contributors. [WWD]
• Former McGuireWoods partner Eliot Disner wants to be named co-lead counsel in the BAR/BRI class action. [The Recorder]

H&M: The Game