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DealBook, The Abridged Version (9.13.06)

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Criminal charges could be on the way in the Hewlett-Packard scandal [legal]
Former HealthSouth CFO sentenced for a third time [legal]
Hedge fund manager argues 13F disclosure requirements are unconstitutional takings [legal]
EU court sets limits to taxes [legal]
Europe warns Microsoft over Vista [legal]
Michael Dell defends his CEO [legal]
Panel of academics and executives reviewing market regulation [legal]
Justice department to review guidelines for corporate cases [legal]
M&A: [? = not yet closed, problems with the deal, lingering questions, etc.]
SunGuard Data Systems drops takeover bid for Misys
For Sale/ LBOs/ Going Private/ Auctions/ Offerings:
Is Bristol-Myers for sale? [For sale?]
Aer Lingus prices IPO at range of 2.10 euros and 2.70 [IPO]
Ping An insurance readies for share offering [Offering]
Vonage pressures buyers to pay up for shares [Vonage]
Mixi—the Japanese answer to MySpace—going public [IPO]
Times selling its television business [For sale]
Beneath Goldman’s earnings lurk lower compensation ratios and a money losing hedge fund [Earnings]
Lehman’s earnings come in [Earnings]
People & Moves:
Athena Capital Partners adds David Stepanek as a director [Director]
Doug Burgum leaves Microsoft [Quitting]
Ford cutting white collar workforce [Layoffs]
Richie riches sending aid to Africa [Charity]
Bay area biotech gets boost from new lab [Biotech]
Hedge fund bets on mortage defaults [Housing bubble]
Warren Buffett auctioning car on EBay [Charity]