Write-Offs: 04.11.14 - Dealbreaker

Write-Offs: 04.11.14

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$$$JPMorgan profit weaker than expected as trading revenue falls [Reuters]

$$$Herbalife Marketing Tactics Said to Be Probed by FBI [Bloomberg]

$$$SAC Capital's Criminal Settlement: Was Justice Done? [BusinessWeek]

$$$Bond Traders From JPMorgan to RBS Said Placed on Leave [Bloomberg]

$$$ Justin Livingston never intended to be his own boss. In 2012, he worked in social media for Amazon, and in his spare time he used his Instagram account to share men's fashions. Soon, he started getting approached by companies to model their products. Now, he's paid by them. He's what the industry calls an "Instagram Influencer." [CNBC]

$$$SEC eyes test to shift away from shady ‘dark pools’ [NYP]

$$$Paul Krugman, Italy finance minister have a scrap [CNBC]

$$$Firefighters Smash 2-Day-Old BMW That Was Illegally Blocking Hydrant [Gawker]

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