Write-Offs: 3.1.16

Paul Singer makes 369% of principal on Argentine bonds; Blythe Masters and Sallie Krawcheck team-up; Calgary woman offers expletive-filled 'Rage Yoga' classes; and more.
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Write-Offs: 6.23.15

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Write-Offs: 5.11.15

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