Write-Offs: 8.20.15 - Dealbreaker

Write-Offs: 8.20.15

Investors love expensive boutique fitness; Greece doesn't defaults; Ex-bank chief sentenced for TARP fraud; "EasyJet Passenger Tasered After Dispute Over Carry-On 'Man Purse'"; and more.
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