• 17 Mar 2014 at 5:57 PM

Write-Offs: 03.17.14

$$$ Bugatti-Driving 26-Year-Old Tied to $3 Billion Stock Promotions [Bloomberg]

$$$ Judge in Germany Dismisses Hedge Fund Suit Against Porsche Holding [Dealbook]

$$$ El-Erian starts tweeting, but won’t talk about Gross [Reuters]

$$$ Falcone, Ergen in final LightSquared showdown [NYP]

$$$ Brooklyn men sue NYPD cops for trying to take their White Castle sliders and getting arrested when they refused [NYDN]

$$$ BAML says Barclays’ US ex-Lehman business should go it alone [eFinancial]

$$$ Reported Bitcoin Creator Denying Newsweek Claim Hires Lawyer [Bloomberg]

$$$ Two SAC Capital Traders Jump to Highbridge Capital [Dealbook]

$$$ Cops: New Jersey Customer Attacked Salon Workers Over Broken Nail [TSG]

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  1. Posted by VonSloneker | March 18, 2014 at 9:44 AM

    Finance and fashionista suicide rates correlated and rising. Could the next mixer turn into "The Red Wedding"? Discuss…

    - The Ghost of Rob Stark

  2. Posted by Guest | March 18, 2014 at 10:12 AM

    It's instinctual in the fashionistas that they must maintain population equilibrium. If there become too many girls as the men die off, they will have to possibly date guys from UBS or worse, Charles Schwab.

    – The Ghost of Steve Irwin

  3. Posted by Guest | March 18, 2014 at 10:13 AM

    A fate certainly worse than death.

  4. Posted by London Banker | March 18, 2014 at 10:15 AM

    … Shazar doesn't sound like an Irish name …

  5. Posted by Shazmom | March 18, 2014 at 10:33 AM

    Better the Shaz you don't know that the one you know.

  6. Posted by Phillips 69 | March 18, 2014 at 11:11 AM

    I think I saw Geezer Oil Trader last night. Old, white guy at La Griglia on W. Gray, wearing beige Sans-a-belt pants and a Lochnivar golf shirt and brown slip-ons with gold bars where the tassles would be. Pronounced both "Gs" in "La Griglia". Gold "Presidential" Rolex watch waving around as he gesticulated wildly. Was with some Apex guys while telling a story about Texaco drilling a hole in a lake bed and draining that lake into a salt mine underneath it. He spoke in barnyard terms of Libyans, Russians and auditors while frequently using the words, "dumbass, dipshit and mullet". Referred to the waitress as "sugar booger". I think he had some Aggie engineering intern with him because he kept asking that youngster "if he ever blew Reveille while at A&M" and then the old guy would burst out laughing. I'll ask the Apex guys if that was the Geezer or not. That is, if they know of GOT.

  7. Posted by DB HR | March 18, 2014 at 11:39 AM

    Saying he mighta caught a bad load coming off a busy hole in a stall over at Phoenix latenight…

    Gonna try and come in, work the close.

  8. Posted by VonSloneker | March 18, 2014 at 12:54 PM

    I was sitting across the street at California Pizza Kitchen where, when it was Birraporetti's, the most epic St. Patty's day party in Houston was held. Recreating conditions and location in the hope that I'd fall into a temporal anomaly that would take me back 20 years…to that St. Patty's Day that everything went right at Birraporetti's.

    - V.S. McFly

  9. Posted by VonSloneker | March 20, 2014 at 3:50 PM

    Or ops/IT anywhere. Point taken. It would make for interesting research.

    - The Ghost of Sir Francis Galton