Write-Offs: 9.8.15

Little known hedge fund buying tens of billions of U.S. Treasurys; World Bank says don't jack up rates yet; Vikram Pandit is back; "Canadian Election Candidate Resigns After Caught On Video Peeing In A Client's Cup"; and more.
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Write-Offs: 2.24.15

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Write-Offs: 12.3.15

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Write-Offs: 08.23.12

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Write-Offs: 07.17.12

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