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$$$Markets Cheer Europe Plan, Await Details [WSJ]

$$$Merkel Secures Vote for Euro Treaties [Der Spiegel]

$$$Icahn Takes Aim at Forest Lab’s Succession Plan [DealBook]

$$$ Area man has no name, big idea: don't let poor people vote [NetNet / John Carney]

$$$[Mike Tyson] raised a few eyebrows when he tweeted: "Holyfield's ear would've been much better with his new BBQ sauce." Holyfield had used the social media forum to promote his new Real Deal BBQ Sauce on Twitter earlier in the day. "My realdealbbqsauce.com will make you take a bite out of someone's ear! Ask Mike Tyson – Luv ya bro!" [NYDN]

$$$ Citi's alternative asset management platform Citi Capital Advisors is looking for an associate-level research analyst for its event-driven fund [DBCC]

$$$Counterparties feel effect of bank downgrades [FT]

$$$AB InBev, Modelo in $20.1 Billion Deal [WSJ]

$$$RIM’s Plunge Adds Pressure To ‘Sell, Break Up Or Die’ [Bloomberg]

$$$Gary Maggetti, general manager of food and beverage at [Disney theme park] California Adventure, says the chili cones are part of an effort by the world’s largest theme park operator to create dining options as special as its rides. Consumers, he says, are looking for “signature items that create unique food memories.” [BW]

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