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

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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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