Mubarak Will Not Run Again


President Obama asks Mubarak not to run for re-election. [Wall Street Journal]

One million plus show up for 'million man march' in Egypt. [Financial Times]

Citigroup takes over EMI. (Gosh, the record business may be an even easier place to lose money than subprime loans. Good luck with that.) [Bloomberg]

Bush daughter to endorse gay marriage—needless to say, her father likely doesn't agree. [New York Times]

It looks like a nice place— but is it really worth $1 billion? [Business Insider]

Here's a new term you may not have heard before: Microwork. [Reuters]

What's worse than a European debt crisis? How about a debt crisis plus inflation. [New York Times]

Great headline, from our colleague Patti Domm: "If Jobs Report Is Bad, Everyone Will Blame the Weather" [CNBC]

With riots, it's density that matters. [Economix]

Fascinating photographs of a never before seen tribe. (Is it just me or does the guy on the bottom look like he's talking on a cell phone?) [Business Insider]

"Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said on Tuesday he would not run for the presidency again and would work in the last months of his term to allow the transfer of power." [CNBC]