Write-Offs: 01.15.13

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$$$ There was a guy at SAC who wasn't insider trading [DealBook]

$$$ Herbalife tastes terrible but works [John Hempton]

$$$ "... organisations that make a virtue out of the cleverness of their staff and sell intangible services – accountancy firms, consultancies, banks – are particularly prone to stupidity." [FT]

$$$It’s Bonus Week on Wall Street [DealBook]

$$$Cleaning Lady Steals Train, Slams It Into Apartment Building [Gawker]

$$$We're sorry for the technical difficulties today and are crossing all our fingers that we'll have a functioning site tomorrow.

$$$ Facebook has some sort of new search thing [Bloomberg]

$$$ John Kinnucan got four years in prison for insider trading and threatening prosecutors [Reuters]

$$$Secretary Convicted In Theft From Ex-Wall Street Executive [Law Blog]

$$$Sydney Vomiting Bug Poses Risk for Cruise-Line Passengers [Bloomberg]

$$$Miss America's Boyfriend Works At JPMorgan [BI]

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Write-Offs: 07.03.12

$$$ David Einhorn is at the final table of the $1mm buy-in no-limit hold-em event at the World Series of Poker [ESPN] $$$ Police search Sarkozy home and offices [FT] $$$ JPMorgan’s Role in Power Market Comes Under Scrutiny [DealBook] $$$ Fink Says Diamond ‘Emotion’ May Have Aggravated Regulator [Bloomberg] $$$ The culture of CEO-punching runs deep at BarcLeh [NetNet / John Carney] $$$ That’s it for us today. Enjoy the 4th and we'll see you on Thursday. $$$ A $10 billion NY-based asset manager is looking for an ADR arbitrage trader - interested? [DBCC] $$$ Welcome back Ireland! [FTAV] $$$ SEC Loses Bid to Get SIPC to Pay Stanford Ponzi Claims [WSJ] $$$ In Maine, lobster that is cheaper than bologna [MSNBC] $$$ Tom Cruise prevented a Dawson's Creek reunion [NYP]

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