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And we thought the hoopla surrounding Janet Jackson's infamous "wardrobe malfunction" was over. Turns out the Supreme Court ordered the federal appeals court to review the CBS-favored ruling. [The Daily Beast]

You know the economy's bad when hedge fund wives are shopping at Target. Tina Craig, wife of Texas-based real estate developer David Craig, tells Financial Times, that while she and her friends hit up the consumer store for trendy items, they're still indulging in Hèrmes Birkins. Whew! [FT.com]

Will the New York Times crack down on tweets written by employees? The company already has guidelines on what staffers can post on Facebook, MySpace, and other social networking sites, but it looks as though Twitter is next. So much for 140 characters. [Gawker]

Filene's Basement, a discount retailer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware. The company plans to sell 17 of its 25 stores to Crown Acquisitions for $22 million. [NYT]

Kelly Cutrone is looking for a Personal Assistant. Qualifications: must look good on reality television. [Cityfile]