Henry Blodget says that Yahoo, now that's it's axed CEO Carol Bartz and pretty much admitted that it's for sale (again), should buy Business Insider and hire "us" as CEO. We're going to assume that by "us", Henry means "Henry." He you have it: "We offer to allow Yahoo to buy Business Insider Inc., for $150 million. And we offer to allow Yahoo to then appoint us acting CEO of the company…Once we have been appointed acting CEO of Yahoo, we will implement our plan." (Business Insider)
"How to bring the jobs back." The New York Times goes big, big, BIG on the Opinion page, serving up four provocative solutions to the unemployment crisis. (NYT)
According to Jay Carney, Obama's $300 billion jobs package "would be "paid for," not financed through deficit spending." (LAT)
The battle over the confirmation of Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has begun. Who's Richard Cordray? He's so not Elizabeth Warren. (LAT)
Inside Felix's feeds. Felix Salmon and Ryan McCarthy have turned Counterparties into a technology turbocharged blogtastic bit of financial news aggregation for Reuters.