Write-Offs

Write-Offs: 11.27.12

$$$ Sen. Reid Reports Little Progress in ‘Cliff’ Talks [CNBC / Reuters]

$$$ HP rebuffs ex-Autonomy CEO, warns of legal action [Reuters]

$$$ Goldman CEO Blankfein Said to Meet With Obama Tomorrow [Bloomberg]

$$$ O.E.C.D., Slashing Growth Outlook, Warns of Global Recession [NYT]

$$$ Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan Apparently Can’t Remember Anything [Matt Taibbi]

$$$ China Thinks The Onion’s Sexiest Man Alive is a Real Thing and that Kim Jong-Un Won It [Gawker]

$$$ Prudential is looking for a financial markets operations associate in Bala Cynwyd [DBCC]

$$$ Failed Bankers Should Be Paid Like Civil Servants: Taleb [Bloomberg]

$$$ Record special payouts from US companies [FT]

$$$ One crime in SAC probe is letting snitch go free [BreakingViews]

$$$ Apple Pushes Out Mapping Executive [WSJ]

$$$ “The problem of monitoring to prevent defection and raising capital from your labor force indicates that ideally, you’d want to undertake the operation as part of a tight-knit community. A small village, for instance, in which people have bonds of loyalty that would help prevent defection, would be ideal.” [NetNet / John Carney]

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  1. China Thinks The Onion’s Sexiest Man Alive is a Real Thing and that Kim Jong-Un Won It

    Kennedy Shot

    Earth Actually Round

  2. Guest says:

    First the Obama Style video now Kim Jong-Un? Maybe we should just tell them all those T bills they have are worthless and that they might as well give them back.

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