Write-Offs: 11.14.11 - Dealbreaker

Write-Offs: 11.14.11

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$$$Merkel urges stronger union to back euro [FT]

$$$A Wave of Partner Retirements at Goldman Sachs [DealBook]

$$$Credit Suisse’s Long-Term Rating May Be Reduced by Moody’s [Bloomberg]

$$$Where Big Investors Put Their Money In Latest Quarter [Reuters/CNBC]

$$$Dominique Strauss-Kahn 'facing arrest over prostitution racket allegations’ [Telegraph]

$$$UniCredit announces €7.5bn cash call [FT]

$$$Players Reject NBA's Offer, Begin to Disband Union [WSJ]

$$$In Defense of Insider Trading on Capital Hill [NetNet]

$$$Introducing the Keep America Safe Job-Creating Congress ETF [FTAV]

$$$ The document also featured a “reasons for filing this report” section where the person could check boxes by the relevant issues, including “I am thin skinned,” “I have woman like hormones” and “I am a cry baby.” [ABC News]

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