Write-Offs

Write-Offs: 07.31.14

$$$ Asset Managers May Avoid Fed Oversight [WSJ]

$$$ Yesterday Was Not Argentina’s Day [Bloombergview/Matt]

$$$ LinkedIn revenue rises 47 percent [Reuters]

$$$ How are enforced Saturdays off working out for young bankers? [Slate]

$$$ Flying Ax Smashes Windshield On Car Ride From Hell [AP] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.30.14

$$$ John Carney takes ice bucket to the head [FBN]

$$$ It’s the end of Argentina as we know it, and the world economy will be just fine [Guardian / Heidi Moore]

$$$ Fed Boosts View of Economy [WSJ]

$$$ BofA Said to Near Mortgage Deal After Raising Offer [Bloomberg]

$$$ Man Seeks Girls To Host Fantasy Football Draft, Possibly While Topless [Deadspin] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.29.14

$$$ Paul Singer warns on sun death rays [NetNet]

$$$ After Insider Trading Scandal, Steven A. Cohen’s Firm Still Has Strong Gains [Dealbook / Matthew Goldstein]

$$$ Regulator Wants Monitors in Deutsche Bank, Barclays U.S. Offices as Part of FX Probe [WSJ]

$$$ Herbalife Critique at Ackman Event Gets Hartford Executive Fired [Bloomberg]

$$$ What happens to Argentina if it defaults (again)? [CNBC]

$$$ Leonardo DiCaprio Is Aggressively Enjoying Summer [NYM] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.25.14

$$$ Cynk Plunges 85% as Trading Resumes After SEC Suspension [Bloomberg]

$$$ Facebook Gain Makes Zuckerberg Wealthier Than Google Guys [Bloomberg]

$$$ SEC Drops Probe Into Facebook for Pre-IPO Disclosures [WSJ]

$$$ Greenlight takes Lam Research stake, gains on Micron, Apple [CNBC]

$$$ Adam West thinks Ben Affleck will make a fine Batman [NYP] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.24.14

$$$ UBS Lashes Out at French Prosecutors [Dealbook]

$$$ KKR’s Quarterly Profit Surges [WSJ]

$$$ Schwartz, 32, looks much as he did when he was a student on the dean’s list at Cornell University, all the way back in the Aughts. He had no experience in fast food before going to Burger King; he spent almost a decade on Wall Street after college. And he’s surrounded himself with a similarly eager and fresh-faced inner circle. Josh Kobza, the chief financial officer, is 28. He and Schwartz are usually joined on conference calls by Alexandre Macedo, Burger King’s ancient 36-year-old president for North American operations, and Sami Siddiqui, the head of investor relations, who’s 29. Only one of the four saw a day of the Seventies. [BusinessWeek]

$$$ Bank of America Knew How to Sell a Basketball Team [BloombergView/Matt]

$$$ Judge tells Baldwin he’s a fan and to ‘be a good boy’ [NYP] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.23.14

$$$ Allianz, the German insurer which owns Pimco, wants to ensure that in a post-Gross era the asset manager he co-founded will not be so reliant on the investment decisions of one person. [Reuters]

$$$ The big money still loves hedge funds [NetNet]

$$$ World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Reviews $8 Billion Russian Holdings [Bloomberg]

$$$ Ex-Jefferies Managing Director Litvak Gets Two-Year Sentence [Bloomberg]

$$$ Jets Fans Can Earn Rewards Points For Not Being A$$holes [Deadspin] Read more »

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Write-Offs: 07.22.14

$$$ Ackman’s ‘Death Blow’ to Herbalife Falls Short of Its Billing [Dealbook, earlier]

$$$ U.S. judge orders Argentina, creditors meet until deal reached [Reuters]

$$$ CIT Group to Buy OneWest; Profit Tops Estimates [WSJ]

$$$ Spitzer Returns, Taking Aim Again at Financial Analysts [Dealbook]

$$$ All Yankee employees will receive free admission and two free lap dances, the Show Palace in Queens announced. Plus, the dancers will be painted in pinstripes. [HP] Read more »

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