Write-Offs: 10.14.14

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$$$Citigroup Mexican Unit Said to Have Committed Decade-Long Fraud [Bloomberg]

$$$Pimco chief Ivascyn says final investment calls rest with him [Reuters]

$$$Wells Fargo profit rises 1.7 percent as mortgage business steadies [Reuters]

$$$Wilbur Ross Said to Seek Up to $2 Billion for Next Fund [BusinessWeek]

$$$ When John Thornton visited the Double Tree Hotel in Bristol, Connecticut, on Monday night, he apparently did not like the mop job being done by a female employee. So he allegedly grabbed the mop from the woman and began, in the words of the police report, “mopping aggressively.” As a result, the Double Tree got a clean floor and Thornton was charged with breach of peace, according to Connecticut Patch. [HP]

$$$Three Senior Traders Fired Amid Global Forex Probe [WSJ]

$$$As Activist Investors Gain Strength, Boards Surrender to Demands [Dealbook]

$$$Hitler constantly high on meth while leading Nazi Germany: report [NYDN]

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