Write-Offs: 4.20.15

Greece is still desperate; Hedge funds into single-bet ideas; "Why I started a financial-services firm for pot"; Michael Jordan versus LeBron James debate ends in arrest; AND MORE.
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Write-Offs: 5.27.15

Germany doesn't see Greece deal happening any time soon; Bill Gross says Bunds bet was 'well timed, not well executed'; The ghost of Lehman Brothers; "Man Named Bacon Assaults Person For Eating Sausage"; and more.

Write-Offs: 5.22.15

Bill Gross: "You haven't been divorced yet, have you?"; The $30 hot dog vendor is a capitalist hero; Greece back to the negotiating table; Guy who received bl*w j*b on Boston subway platform is arrested; and more.

Write-Offs: 08.17.12

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Write-Offs: 2.10.16

The Highest & Lowest Paid MBAs of 2015; Twitter losses; HSBC money-laundering; Couple Arrested For Sex On Vegas Ferris Wheel; and more.

Write-Offs: 3.26.15

Bill Ackman will debate a guy...for a million dollars; Tim Cook plans to give away all his money; "McDonald's Is Shilling Big Mac Clothing"; and more.

Write-Offs: 02.16.12

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Write-Offs: 9.3.15

ECB's got your stimulus right here; The corporate retreat is back; Looks to the jobs report; "Texas State student rides her Barbie Jeep around campus after DWI arrest"; and more.

Write-Offs: 4.16.15

Blackstone to pay huge dividend; Wall Street already betting on 2016; GoPro CEO is rich; "Police: Man on flakka claimed to be Thor, sexually assaulted a tree"; and more.