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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Monday

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Happy Monday. Market advice: It looks like the mo-mos are no-nos.

We speak, of course, of the once-high flying momentum stocks that have been getting clobbered lately and are looking to put a damper on the Wall Street party. (Phillipine Star)

Chickens are not high-flIers and 75,000 pounds of chicken nuggets from Tyson Foods just got grounded after customers reported finding plastic inside. Plastic doesn't go well with any sauce at all. (Guardian Liberty Voice)

The recent Supreme Court decision knocking down campaign contribution limits could, in a strange way, increase accountability in American politics. (The Economist)

There's a war brewing in scotch, as New York's uber-exclusive Explorers Club seeks to block Diageo's Johnnie Walker from marketing a new Explorers Club Collection. (Fortune)

The knives are still out for Credit Suisse, which faces a new inquiry into how it helped wealthy Americans avoid paying taxes. (Reuters)

If you want to be more like Warren Buffett, his investment in Canadian energy company Suncor provides an interesting snapshot into where he's heading.'s Bryan Borzykowski explains.