Write-Offs: 11.07.11

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$$$Ex-ECB's Papademos Front-Runner for Greek Prime Minister [Reuters]

$$$Paulson to Cash In on Delphi IPO [WSJ]

$$$"Where are the adults in the room? It's just so convoluted, so disjointed," said Mr. Morrison, an independent trader who says he had less than $100,000 in his MF Global account. "All I know is, it could have been done differently." [WSJ]

$$$ Krawcheck: Wall Street needs women, younger clients to compete [Reuters]

$$$Can a Technocrat Save Greece? [NetNet/John Carney]

$$$BofA To Sell Pizza Hut Stake [WSJ]

$$$Unloved Treasury Notes Becoming Investor Favorite in Fed’s Operation Twist [Bloomberg via Heidi Moore]

$$$Doctor Found Guilty in Michael Jackson’s Death [NYTimes]

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