Write-Offs: 04.09.14

$$$ Fannie, Freddie shareholders lobby against U.S. housing reform bill [Reuters]

$$$ IMF Warns U.S. Is Struggling With Financial Markets Oversight [WSJ]

$$$ Chicago-based Citadel appears to be the most leveraged of the 25 biggest US hedge funds, with an implied leverage of about 8.8 times investment capital, according to a Post analysis. [NYP]

$$$ Hardcore Coddling: How Eleven Madison Park Modernized Elite, Old-School Service [Grub Street]

$$$ A Culpeper jury ordered an ex-town employee in Culpeper County Circuit Court on Monday to pay $5,001 to his former co-worker whose coffee pot he admitted to spiking with his own urine five years ago. [Daily Progress]

$$$ Greece to Issue First Long-Term Bond Since Bailout [WSJ]

$$$ European Official Urges ‘Say on Pay’ Requirement for Boards [Dealbook]

$$$ On Tuesday morning, a very energetic dog decided to follow a Metro-North train as it left the Bronx’s Mott Haven Junction en route to Grand Central Station. Running on a parallel track, she stuck with the commuters all the way to Manhattan. [NYM]

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