Write-Offs: 03.04.13

$$$ Buffett Picks His ‘Bear’ for Annual Meeting [DealBook]

$$$ Wall Street’s latest idea: collateral transformation [FT]

$$$ Nasdaq executing trades at a loss [FT]

$$$ “Las Vegas Sands is disputing reports out late Friday that it likely violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act,” even though those reports included its own 10-K [CNBC]

$$$ Mike Mayo has a lot to say about not being invited to meetings and stuff [CNBC]

$$$ Fake bishop sneaks into Vatican meeting with 100 real cardinals [NYDN]

$$$ Susquehanna is looking for operations analysts in New York [DBCC]

$$$ The Effect of Underreporting on LIBOR Rates [St. Louis Fed]

$$$ Big redemptions unlikely if Avenue loses Lasry to Parisian embassy [HFI]

$$$ Icahn Foe Rachesky Joins Mentor Attack on Navistar [Bloomberg]

$$$ The M&A pickup [FTAV]

$$$ ‘Batman’ brings in suspect to Bradford police [BBC]

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4 Responses to “Write-Offs: 03.04.13”

  1. Fewdollarsmore says:

    So if you are Doug Kass going to Berkshire's annual meeting, do you cover your shorts or go double down before the imminent wedgie?

  2. Bored Consultant says:

    An Opening Bell before 10 am would be appreciated.