* Brad Feld has been fighting the good fight to create “founder visas” for foreign citizens looking to form new businesses in the U.S. Now he’s got some policy proposals on top of his advocacy.
* KKR is now publicly-traded. Have you bought your shares yet?
* Tuesday’s WebInno event included a panel called “An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Bootstrapping PR.” All the panelists were journalists, but a lot of the crowd was PR reps. Let’s just say they disagreed to disagree.
* Morning Call: U.S. futures look flat, London falls early, European shares edge higher, the Nikkei hits two-month closing low and Hong Kong shares decline slightly.
* Peter Kafka: Reports of the Comcast-NBC Universal marriage regress from consumation to courting to mild flirting.
* How did Baidu outsmart Google in China?
* Get ready for the Andrew Ross Sorkin book blitz. It begins with a Q&A and excerpt in Vanity Fair.
* Paul Volcker on Charlie Rose.
* PPIP Lives: Invesco and TCW each hold initial closings in excess of $500 million for toxic asset funds. Steve Liesman discusses on CNBC: