Situational awareness: Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has joined Nobel Prize-winning economist Joe Stiglitz and Sen. Elizabeth Warren in calling for Facebook to be broken up. Another Nobel laureate, Paul Romer, thinks a progressive tax on targeted ads could be much simpler. Facebook itself, of course, wants to stay big.

Elsewhere: Wells Fargo is having difficulty finding a CEO willing to work for a mere $15m–$20m per year. Kevin Costner denies he has $20 million in a Swiss bank account. Why airplane boarding got so ridiculous. "There are at least 3.8 billion rewards memberships in the United States, more than 10 per consumer." 46 million Australian banknotes have a typo.