Write-Offs: 1.7.15

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$$$Merkel says she wants Greece to stay in the euro zone [Reuters]

$$$SEC probes private-equity firms over alleged bribes [NYP]

$$$Harvard Professor Is 'Thrilled' To Have A Chance To Prove He Wasn't Part Of A Financier's Underage Prostitution Ring [BI]

$$$ A majority of the money raised in recent months by Bill Gross for new employer Janus Capital Group Inc. came from the Southern California brokerage office where one of Mr. Gross’s personal financial advisers works, according to industry executives who have viewed confidential brokerage data. [WSJ]

$$$ Police in Vero Beach said Casey Molter, 28, trashed his girlfriend's 1997 Nissan Altima after the so-called psychic girlfriend allegedly told him his dead grandmother would appear in his dreams and, as the report put it, "commit an unusual sex act to him involving an adult erotic device," the Mirror reports. [HP]

$$$Soaring Bond Prices May Sound an Economic Warning [Dealbook]

$$$Embattled Twitter CEO sells $5M worth of stock [NYP]

$$$Cat survives being shot through the head with arrow [UPI]

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