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The Return of Imus?

CBS Radio employees are hinting that Don Imus may be back in the fall. [NYP]
• Former Intermix head Brad Greenspan, who once owned MySpace, has made his own bid for Dow Jones. [NYT]
• Universal Music has canceled its contract with iTunes and will now sell music through Apple at will. [NYT]

• Kate Moss will be replaced as the face (and body) of Agent Provocateur once her contract expires. Sources site personal issues as the cause. [British Vogue]
• Kate Moss, Gisele Bündchen, Linda Evangelista, and Naomi Campbell will all walk Dior’s couture show today. [Fashion Week Daily]
• Fergie is being paid $4 million to drop the brand name Candie’s into her songs. [Fashionista]

• Lunch with Warren Buffet sold for $650,100, about a 5 percent hike above last year’s meal. [DealBreaker]
• Young rich guys pay $5,000 a year to be exposed to free luxury goods and find other people exactly like themselves. [NYP]

• A former Holland & Knight partner sues his firm for age discrimination, but the suit is thrown out because the statue of limitations had run out. [New York Law Journal]
• The commitment to pro bono work must come from the partner’s office. [American Lawyer]
• The judge in the Garson case overruled a plea deal prosecutors had struck with a key witness, sentencing corrupt ex-lawyer Paul Siminovsky to one year in jail. [New York Law Journal]

The Return of Imus?