Write-Offs: 06.26.13

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$$$Dimon Joins Goldman Sachs Praising Court on Gay Marriage [Bloomberg]

$$$U.S. Bond Funds Have Record $61.7 Billion in Redemptions [Bloomberg]

$$$More Offices Offer Workers Alcohol [WSJ]

$$$SocGen CEO says EU should avoid flexibility on bank failure [Reuters]

$$$ "We introduced poisonous snakes into a public swimming pool," McKinney said. "That is not good policy and it's just not a good idea." [Kentucky]

$$$Cerberus Bids for Harris Teeter Grocery Chain [WSJ]

$$$ An unnamed Middle Eastern buyer working with two local families has jumped into a high-stakes bidding fray by making an unsolicited offer of $2.1 billion for the Empire State Building. This tops another unsolicited $2 billion offer for the world’s most famous skyscraper made by Woolworth Building part-owner, Rubin Schron, which was made public last week. [NYP]

$$$"I Is What I Is," Paula Deen Sobs in Tense Today Interview [Gawker]

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