Via the excellent Alex Weprin over at TVNewser: looks like one of the newly bankrupt MF Global's biggest creditors was business network CNBC. The net ranks seventh on the list of creditors with $845,000 in uncollected debt, right between law firm Sullivan & Cromwell and IT consultancy Headstrong services, which is owed nearly $4 million.

The brokerage firm run by one-term New Jersey Governor John Corzine (also a former head of financial crisis whipping boy Goldman Sachs) owes the net over unpaid ad sales, according to Business insider's Joe Weisenthal.

Here's one of the now-free ads:

 

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