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December 6, 2022

Accounting News Roundup: AB InBev Tries Again; Walmart’s New CFO; 18-Year-Old Chartered Accountant | 10.12.15

Just a reminder that our editor will be out through Wednesday. In the meantime, expect posts from Greg Kyte and Chris Hooper. Also, submit your questions and stories for discussion to Open Items.

Anheuser-Busch InBev Increases Offer for Rival SABMIller [DealBook]

Walmart's new CFO has his work cut out for him [Fortune]

Computer Scientists Wield Artificial Intelligence to Battle Tax Evasion [NYT]

The Agenda, KPMG's U.S. Chairman And CEO, Lynne Doughtie: Quality, Innovation, Talent Management [Forbes]

18-Year-Old Ramkumar Raman Becomes The World's Youngest Chartered Accountant [India Times]

Permanent Employee at Big 4 vs Being a Contractor [Open Items]

Associate with Questions [Open Items]

9 reasons Christopher Columbus was a murderer, tyrant, and scoundrel [Vox]

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