September 24, 2022

Accounting News Roundup | 05.07.15

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Bill Clinton puts blame for family's scandals on accountant [FN]

Internal Revenue Service Joins Cybercrime Hunt With New Investigation Team [WSJ]

A Former Accountant Might Be Just What Alibaba Needs in a CEO [Bloomberg]

Look for a hiring slowdown, says EY CEO [Yahoo]

Daniel Loeb Strikes Back Against Buffett’s Criticism of Hedge Funds [DealBook]

SEC Wins With In-House Judges [WSJ]

Prepare for Networking Events by Writing Follow-Up Emails Beforehand [Lifehacker]

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