Write-Offs: 12.24.14

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$$$Global Headwinds No Match for Dow at 18,000 Milestone [Bloomberg]

$$$SEC Faults Rating Firms for Rule Lapses, Lax Cybersecurity [WSJ]

$$$Uber CEO Indicted In Seoul [WSJ]

$$$MF Global ordered to pay $1.2B in restitution: CFTC [CNBC]

$$$Meet the Hedge-Funder Who Wants to Make the U.S. a Squash Powerhouse [Daily Intel]

$$$That's it for us today! Enjoy the holiday and we'll see you back here on Friday for an abbreviated, vacation-esque schedule that includes opening/closing wraps, some check-ins throughout the day for those at work, and who knows what else.

$$$Japan $29 billion stimulus seeks quick boost for regional economies [Reuters]

$$$Private Equity Funds Still Going Strong in Brazil Despite Economic Malaise [Dealbook]

$$$Woman's stolen Mustang returned 28 years later [UPI]

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