Eye Opener: Weak Bombs and Apple Profits

Eliot Spitzer is a bargain. [NYP]

In case you were curious: Marie Claire‘s Joanna Coles will NOT be WSJ.‘s new editor. [WWD]

Soros institute will award $11 million to New York performing arts groups. [WSJ]

The city was not impressed by Faisal Shahzad‘s weak bomb. [NYT]

New York may lose $1.7 billion in Medicaid, part of a deal to help Congressional Democrats extend unemployment benefits. [WNYC]

Apple profits jump 78 percent. [BloombergBusinessweek]

Though, Goldman‘s slide by 82 percent. [WSJ]

Aqueduct frontrunner’s PR firm may have eyebrow-raising ties. [NYDN]

Anna Wintour was vocal at the Community Board 2 meeting. [NYP]

Borough Park record store owner restores the voice of the “Jewish Caruso.” [NYT]

What it was like to illustrate Harvey Pekar. [Obit]

Huge settlement in Nazi-related stolen painting lawsuit. [WSJ]

Eye Opener: Weak Bombs and Apple Profits