Write-Offs: 01.26.12

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$$$Cameron rebukes euro leaders over crisis [FT]

$$$BofA to Limit Cash Bonuses for Bankers, Traders [Bloomberg]

$$$Bank of America: The turnaround challenge of the century [Term Sheet]

$$$How Allen Stanford kept the SEC at bay [Reuters]

$$$In case you were wondering: Poll Shows Dropping Support for Paterno Firing [AP]

$$$ Packages containing 40lbs of cocaine were found at UN headquarters [NYP]

$$$Government Trying to ‘Cripple’ Banks: Dick Bove [CNBC]

$$$Senate Vote Clears Way for Debt-Limit Increase [WSJ]

$$$At Euro Talks, a Calm Arm-Twister From Washington [NYT]

$$$Charles Dallara spent two years in Greece with the U.S. Navy in the early 1970s. Four decades later he is a regular visitor again, representing the banks owed money by a near-bankrupt Athens government. ... And last week's tension in talks among creditors was broken by occasional laughter: some of those gathered were amused at a blog comment that had described Dallara as an "amiable buffoon," according to one of the people present. [NYT]

$$$French breast implant boss arrested [Reuters]

$$$ Nice work with CRM, Whitney Tilson! Oh ... wait. [BI]

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