Write-Offs: 02.28.14

$$$ Grubhub orders up an IPO [CNBC]

$$$ N.Y. Barclays Libor Traders Said to Face U.K. Charges [Bloomberg]

$$$ Lawmakers Debate Dark Pools at Hearing [WSJ]

$$$ Pimco: The man who replaced Mohamed [FT]

$$$ Sicilian mafia sent hit man to whack Giuliani [NYP]

$$$ Goldman Sachs Faces Newly Disclosed Probe for Fixed-Income Actions [WSJ]

$$$ Apple Investors Reject All Shareholder Proposals [Bloomberg]

$$$ “I worked the bar on the Sunday brunch shift [at Pastis] from 2000 to fall 2002. I loved it … The women were easy, hot, and they loved to party. Plus they loved bartenders. But I don’t want young bartenders to get the wrong idea. The job is to serve people and if some women decide to give us a blow job along the way, that’s great, but it’s not the point.” [Grub Street]

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  1. Guest says:

    hard and soft love coming from the SEC

    Regulators Are Probing How Goldman, Citi and Others Divvied Up Bonds http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052

    "Pacific Investment Management Co. and BlackRock Inc. BLK -0.32% bought a combined $13 billion of Verizon's record $49 billion bond sale last September. Investors had put in $100 billion worth of orders to buy the bonds, according to people familiar with the deal. From the moment the bonds were priced, parts of the offering rose about 14% in value in just a couple of weeks."