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Elsewhere on Friday,- Inflatable silver bunny fetches .1m at auction. - A new fund will pay investors to buy it. Yep. - SAT to give students ‘adversity score’ to capture social and economic background. - Relatedly, Wikipedia on "punkty za pochodzenie" (Click Google Translate).- Have stock buybacks gone too far?- In which Alexander Nix, the notorious former head of Cambridge Analytica, claims psycho-graphics were totally overhyped for marketing purposes. - SEC to relax audit requirements for small companies, thus facilitating future accounting fraud.- Theresa May makes it onto the Contrarian Prize shortlist.

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