Write-Offs: 02.13.13

$$$ Treasury nominee wins over critics, says tax reform top priority [Reuters]

$$$ Meet the Morgan Stanley C.F.O. Candidates [DealBook]

$$$ Has a Restructuring Credit Event occurred with respect to SNS Bank NV? [ISDA, also FTAV]

$$$ “Mr. Grantham, chairman of Boston-based GMO LLC, a global investment management firm, was not arrested, but his daughter, Isabel, was one of 48 protesters arrested for handcuffing themselves to the White House fence …” [P&I Daily]

$$$ Dogs! [NYT]

$$$ A leading software company in New York is looking for a Senior Vice President; Equity Financial Engineer [DBCC]

$$$ Best Buy Founder Schulze Considers Alternatives to Buyout Plan [WSJ]

$$$ SEC to roll out ‘Robocop’ against fraud [FT]

$$$ Underwater and Drowning? Some Facts about Mortgages that Could Be Targeted by Eminent Domain [Liberty Street / NY Fed]

$$$ “[S]tudents in Fröhlich’s “Intermediate Programming”, “Computer Science Fundamentals,” and “Introduction to Programming for Scientists and Engineers” classes … collectively planned to boycott the final. Because they all did, a zero was the highest score in each of the three classes, which, by the rules of Fröhlich’s curve, meant every student received an A.” [Inside Higher Ed via Catherine Rampell]

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  1. Posted by NTTAWWT | February 13, 2013 at 9:38 PM

    I'm guessing this was a Matt effort

  2. Posted by New Citroen C1 | March 29, 2013 at 2:33 PM

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