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Write-Offs: 12.27.10

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$$$ Roy R. Neuberger, who drew on youthful passions for stock trading and art to build one of Wall Street’s most venerable partnerships and one of the country’s largest private collections of 20th-century masterpieces, died on Friday at his home at the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan. He was 107 and had lived in New York City for 101 years. [NYT]

$$$AIG Gets $4.3 Billion of Credit as Insurer Seeks to Exit Bailout [Bloomberg]

$$$ Wall Street Bull Gets A New-- Crocheted-- Coat For Christmas [CNN]

$$$Year-end Estate Tax Craziness [Reuters]

$$$Obama To Delay 2012 Budget For About A Week [CNBC]

$$$Sports-bedding site lets groupies swap playbooks [NYP]

$$$ A Moscow court found tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky guilty of embezzling and laundering billions of dollars worth of oil from Yukos, the company he once controlled. [WSJ]