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July 10, 2009 at 12:01 PM

Drop your IPOs and make your votes: It’s haiku poll time

If you can find a sillier, more frivolous way to get your business news than the weekly Econ Haiku poll…click on it. But since you’re here, vote for your favorite of the week (I note a certain persistent muse has lingered through much of the week…). You can probably do better, so post it in the comments field.

What’s your favorite haiku?(polling)

The contenders:

Monday:

The judge to GM:

I’ll buy that bankruptcy plan.

Where’s the warranty?

Tuesday:

Next stop for Boeing

A trip to Argentina?

Watch that S.C. vibe

Wednesday:

Will Boeing brass sign

A “No Bosses’ Screwups” clause

If unions don’t strike?

Thursday:

Don’t look back, MS

Is something gaining on you?

Google the answer

Friday:

Who knew that Boeing

Wants hands off derivatives?

So did Killinger

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