Write-Offs: 5.5.15

JP Morgan probes asset unit; Michael Lewis says UBS gave high frequency traders illegal edge; Kids tables are now a thing in offices; "95-Year-Old WWII Vet Thwarts Robbery With Cane" and more.
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$$$JPMorgan Says U.S. Probing Asset Unit in Sale of Own Funds [Bloomberg]

$$$Michael Lewis: UBS Gave Its High-Frequency Traders Illegal Advantages [VF]

$$$Harvard Business School students develop Taylor Swift custom keyboard [TNW]

$$$A ‘Kids Table’ for Young Office Workers [WSJ]

$$$95-Year-Old WWII Vet Thwarts Robbery With Cane [AP]

$$$Bank of America Paid $315 Million in Ocala Settlement [WSJ]

$$$ On stage, Magnus Carlsen, the world chess champion from Norway, was wearing a blindfold and playing a timed exhibition against three people: J. Christopher Flowers, the chairman of J.C. Flowers & Company; Paul Hoffman, the chief executive of the Liberty Science Center; and Gbenga Akinnagbe, a star of the HBO series “The Wire.” [Dealbook]

$$$Vincent van Gogh's doppelganger turning heads in Brooklyn [UPI]

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