Write-Offs: 7.30.15

SoulCycle IPO; Elizabeth Warren; LinkedIn; Greece; Insider trading; "'Very aggressive' turkey terrorizes University of Michigan campus"; and more.
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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: 8.14.15

New Greece deal; The Silicon Valley trailer park; Julian Robertson's not great comeback; Classic cars are (usually) crap investments; "John Daly chucks club into Lake Michigan to cap meltdown"; and more.

Write-Offs: 03.12.12

$$$ Citigroup could be surprise winner in stress tests [Reuters] $$$ Goldman Buoyed by Credit Rally Seen Leading Bank Trading Gains [Bloomberg] $$$ Will Portugal Follow Greece Into Debt Relief? [NetNet] $$$ Highland Capital is looking for a distressed investments senior analyst-- you? [DBCC] $$$ Wily, Elusive Foragers Invade Upstate New York [NYT] $$$ Bradley H. Jack a former investment banking chief at Lehman and an owner the most expensive residential property in Fairfield, has been charged for the second time in less than a year with forging a prescription for a controlled substance. [CTP] $$$ Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit Says Anger With Wall Street Is ‘Understandable’ [NYO] $$$ Peter Thiel, university-hater, heads to campus [Reuters] $$$ Groupon of a lifetime: "$12,500 for a signed Titanic DVD and 13-day ocean voyage with tour of the Titanic (a $59,680 value); departs from St. John’s, Newfoundland, on July 26 and returns August 8" [G]

Write-Offs: 6.13.16

Hedge fund manager pull out all the stops; Ex-Delta exec fined in insider trading scam; Fleeing suspect deploys smokescreen, spikes in police chase; and more.

Write-Offs: 6.30.15

Greece; Puerto Rico; JPM cyber security; "I had sex in the cockpit: A flight attendant’s confessions"; and more.

Write-Offs: 6.1.15

Greece might be saved; Les Moonves stiffs valet because he only carries hundreds; Fisher wants tougher bank penalties; "Montana hosting annual Testicle Festival in Virginia Square this year"; 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.