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• At a New York Public Library fund-raiser held in his honor, Steve Schwarzman said the place did amazing things for “regular people.” [Deal Journal/WSJ]
• Former Bank of America CFO Alvaro de Molina is the latest big name to join Cerberus. When asked about his title, he said: “It’s Al. That’s not the way they work.” [Deal Journal/WSJ]
• A field guide to summer finance interns for creepy older guys. [Leveraged Sell-out via DealBreaker]

• Bill Keller calls the move into the new building, “the most successful landing since Normandy.” World War II vets cringe. [Media Mob/NYO]
• Ron Burkle is negotiating with the Dow Jones union and might make a last-minute bid for the company. [Fortune via CNNMoney]
• Will Jon Stewart take over Late Night? [Broadcasting & Cable via Broadcast Newsroom]

• If you want to make $190,000 your first year, be an associate in Weil Gotshal & Manges London office. [Above the Law]
• At top-tier law schools, the competition for faculty is tighter than ever. [National Law Journal]
• Supreme Court clerks belong in academia, not collecting big paychecks. [Law Blog/WSJ]

• Naomi Campbell is starring in a Dunkin’ Donuts ad. [NYP]
• Victoria’s Secret is getting in on the pop-up store action. The one-day-only shop opens June 26. [Racked]
• Erin Fetherston is the next Target Go designer. [Flypaper]

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