Write-Offs: 02.07.12

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$$$Greece misses bail-out deadline [FT]

$$$Europe Bank Eases Way to Greek Deal [WSJ]

$$$ Yahoo chairman Roy Bostock, and three other board members, resigned [AllThingsD]

$$$Glencore and Xstrata face blocking threat [FT]

$$$Morgan Stanley,Goldman Clarify Clawback Policies [WSJ]

$$$Prosecutors Broaden Charges in Insider Case [WSJ]

$$$ "A New York man who was chased away by a naked resident from the Greenwich home he burglarized was sentenced Monday in state Superior Court." [Greenwich Time]

$$$ If your firm reads your emails and frowns upon swear words may we suggest "snozzcumber"? [Lists of Note]

$$$Gupta Faces More Tipping Allegations as Trial Is Delayed [WSJ]

$$$Prosecutor in Insider Crackdown Is Leaving U.S. Attorney’s Office [DealBook]

$$$Rajaratnam Judge Announces Departure From Bench in Press Release [Bloomberg]

$$$ Greg Lippman's LibreMax Capital has raised nearly $1.1bn [AR]

$$$Prosecutors are asking for the maximum sentence -- a year in jail -- for the one-legged Manhattan millionaire convicted of pummeling a beautiful "naked masseuse" in an oddball misdemeanor assault-by-Rolex case. Thomas Hartmann was supposed to be sentenced today on last month's jury conviction for striking Russian-born stripper Sophia Kandelaki with his gold-Rolex-clad wrist during a fight outside an Upper East Side restaurant in April. [NYP]

$$$This is a thing that happened [@grandparentscom]

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