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Write-Offs: 10.21.14

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$$$Allergan CEO led smear campaign against Valeant: Ackman [NYP]

$$$Third Point Q3 2014 Investor Letter [PDF]

$$$Hedge Fund Chief Jones Sees U.S. Stocks Beating Globe for Rest of 2014 [Bloomberg]

$$$Zuckerberg Seeks a Pound of Flesh From Lawyers Who Sued Facebook [BusinessWeek]

$$$ Lawton police said Kristi Rhines ordered food and several alcoholic drinks Friday at El Chico and later told workers she didn't have any money, but her husband would soon arrive to pay her tab. Rhines soon clarified her husband was Jesus Christ, but she admitted the union was not solidified with a marriage license. The woman, who managers said insisted the Christian savior would soon be arriving to pay in cash, was arrested on a fraud charge when police arrived and determined she had no means of paying the bill. [UPI]

$$$Morgan Stanley mulls sale of gas business [FT]

$$$European Central Bank Considering Buying Corporate Bonds as an Option [WSJ]

$$$Ugly October: 'Hedge' funds fail to protect [NetNet]

$$$No Alimony For Woman Who Didn't Tell Husband She Was A Genie [HP]