Write-Offs: 12.20.12

$$$ TARP’s Smallest Recipient Repays, Treasury Reaps $62,000 [Real Time Economics]

$$$ Peter Madoff Gets 10 Years for Aiding Brother’s Ponzi Scheme [Bloomberg]

$$$ Role of Brokers in UBS Scandal Draws Scrutiny [WSJ]

$$$ “At long last the New York Stock Exchange has achieved its main goal in recent years: consumption by a beast higher on the food chain.” [NetNet / John Carney]

$$$ This Handy Vibrator Is a Great Place to Store Your Pitch Decks [BetaBeat]

$$$ Franklin Templeton is looking for a director of portfolio analysis and investment risk in San Mateo, CA [DBCC]

$$$ San Bernardino paid $2 million in cash-outs before bankruptcy filing [Reuters]

$$$ Making It Easier to Estimate Libor Losses [DealBook]

$$$ US banks face rise in bad loans cover [FT]

$$$ Pope already beating Justin Bieber’s rate of Twitter retweets — just a week after launching account [NYDN]

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  1. Posted by TriHarder | December 21, 2012 at 12:56 AM

    Matt — are you reay up to this?

  2. Posted by ijlal | April 23, 2013 at 8:45 AM

    He gets a pass this year. But I am worried about some things next year. Hopefully the FO won’t sit on their hands again.