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Write-Offs: 11.2.15

Short-seller has nothing (new) to say about Valeant; Ken Griffin waxes nostalgic; Fantasy-sports probe focused on inside information; "Drunk Woman Breaks Into Zoo To Pet Tiger, Gets Bit"; and more.
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