Write-Offs: 04.04.13

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$$$ECB's Draghi Hints at Rate Cuts to Revive Growth (WSJ)

$$$Bank Of Japan In Bold Bid For Revival (WSJ)

$$$Showdown Looms Over LightSquared Wireless Venture [WSJ]

$$$Harvard Women Freed From Urinal 50 Years After First Female MBA (Bloomberg)

$$$Ownership of the prestigious Le Reve, bought by Steve Cohen just two weeks ago, has proved problematic in the past (Guardian, earlier)

$$$Newt Gingrich Stays Up Late Into the Night Watching Downton Abbey (Daily Intel)

$$$El-Erian: Central Bank Efforts May 'End in Tears' (CNBC)

$$$Wells Hit On Pace Of Mortgage Relief (WSJ)

$$$UBS was mystery lender for Thai group's Ping An buy from HSBC (Reuters)

$$$ In the course of an undercover operation targeting a suspected prostitute, a Pennsylvania police officer disrobed, allowed the woman to place a condom on him, and then engaged in sexual activity with her before announcing that, “the cops were coming.” (TSG)

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