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December 5, 2022

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Finance official: Detroit may run out of cash if lawsuit challenging consent deal endures [AP]

PwC U.S. Chief Talks Business and Financial Literacy [FBN]

Will Bullied Kids Enjoy Tax Free Legal Settlements? [Double Taxation]

Judge orders arrest warrant after accountant accused of stealing $1.1 million is a no-show in court [WHEC]

How To Make Ramen That Doesn’t Taste Like Wet Cardboard [Deadspin]

Forget the Glass Ceiling, We Have Hemlines to Consider [Jezebel]

Women's crisis center receives a sprucing up by workers at Grant Thorton LLP [NN5]

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