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Car Czar Candidates: The $15 billion auto industry bailout this close to being finalized calls for a new federal official to oversee restructuring, handle angry creditors, and wrangle Big Three CEOs earning $1 a year. Who’s best for the job? — Reuters

UK Struggling to Meet Targets for Renewable Energy: The chief of Britain’s Major Energy Users Council calls the UK efforts to quickly diversify away from fossil fuel dependence a “pursuit of arbitrary, politically determined targets of questionable practicality.” — BBC News

Tom Friedman Hearts Better Place: The Times columnist compares bailing out Detroit (“Car 1.0”) to pouring billions of tax dollars into the mail-order-catalog business on the eve of the birth of eBay. — NYT

Solar Stocks, Suppliers Take a Beating: Solar-cell manufacturer Q-Cells of Germany lowered forecasts yesterday, sending solar stocks south and leaving deals in question throughout the supply chain. — Cleantech Group

What the Bailout Means for You — and Them: A rundown on how investors, auto industry execs, workers, suppliers, dealers, and consumers will be affected by Congress’s plans for Detroit. — Financial Times

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