Write-Offs: 6.9.15

Deutsche Bank raided; China likes Buffett; "Pole Dances Are Tax Exempt As An Art Form, Lap Dances Aren't New York Tax Judge Rules"; and more.
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Write-Offs: 09.05.12

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Write-Offs: 11.30.12

$$$ Plaintiffs' lawyers somehow turn nonbinding "say on pay" votes into shakedown opportunity [Reuters, related] $$$ How a desperate HP suspended disbelief for Autonomy deal [Reuters] $$$ Virtu, Getco Start Examining Knight Trading’s Books [Deal Journal] $$$ Carl Icahn and the Oshkosh board are still fighting [WSJ] $$$ National Bank of Poland Working Paper: "Would it have paid to be in the eurozone?" (Spoiler: no) [NBP] $$$ John Cochrane and Cliff Asness critique Warren Buffett on taxes [Grumpy Economist] $$$ Somebody's using bitcoins [BBW] $$$ A financial institution is looking for a risk manager in Charlotte [DBCC] $$$ Detroit on the Verge of Insolvency, Again [WSJ] $$$ Duke Energy’s Latest C.E.O. Drama [DealBook] $$$ Goldman Pushes Subprime ABX Index as Housing Rebounds [Bloomberg] $$$ BlackRock, Rialto Dump Some of Their ‘Skin’ in CMBS Game [MarketBeat] $$$ Lindsay Lohan Gets Unsolicited Legal Advice from Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis [NYO]

Write-Offs: 8.25.15

China easing; Dalio says Fed will ease; "Woman drinks an entire £120 bottle of cognac at airport security because liquids aren't allowed in hand luggage"; and more.

Write-Offs: 10.13.15

Warren Buffett has no time for activist investors; Goldman on EM; "Are you ready to buy stocks at the grocery store?"; New Barclays CEO has work cut out in wealth management; "Meet the porn star turned fantasy sports phenom"; and more.

Write-Offs: 5.10.16

Cliff Asness didn't like the rich hedge fund manager list; The legal tweak that led to disaster for Lending Club; SnapChat founder buys Harrison Ford's old house; Virginia woman pole dances for her 100th birthday; and more.

Write-Offs: 4.4.16

Bats Global IPO; World figures deny wrongdoing as 'Panama Papers' reveal offshore wealth; SocGen says it follows tax rules; National Poo Museum exhibits encourage excitement for excrement; and more.

Write-Offs: 08.15.12

$$$ Paul Singer wants Mitt Romney to regulate banks more [FT] $$$ JPMorgan, UBS Said Among Banks Queried In Libor Probe [Bloomberg] $$$ Apollo Said To Seek Up To $12 Billion For Flagship Fund [Bloomberg] $$$ Consider taking trading advice from a 23-year-old who day-trades equities in Dallas for his own account and talks about it with Business Insider [BI] $$$ Police Seize Pimping Rules During Raid [TSG] $$$ Shitterton named most unfortunate place name in UK [Scotsman] $$$ Legg Mason is looking for a US product strategist in Baltimore [DBCC] $$$ Standard Chartered eyes joint deal after backing down in U.S. [Reuters] $$$ Jana Disappointed With Agrium Talks [WSJ] $$$ The Harvard Business Review is pro-reading [HBR] $$$ Locals faced with medieval tax to pay for castle renovations [DutchNews] $$$ Lifeboats kill more people than they save [Brendan Koerner]

Write-Offs: 12.10.15

Economists convinced on rate hike; Warren Buffett of China is missing; "Naked man who carjacked a Federal Express delivery truck--but then fled the vehicle when he could not figure out how to drive it--has been arrested"; and more.