Write-Offs: 6.12.15

Stock Exchange theme bar with fluctuating drinks prices opening in London; Lynn Tilton's new defense; Wall Street's summer reading lists; "Arizona Cops Hunting For Man Who Urinated Through Mail Slot At Upscale Furniture Store"; and more.
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