Forgiven loans aren't free.
Just a brief follow-up on Jesse Eisinger's whistleblower story we linked to yesterday.
@retheauditors Name is John Christopher. Only reason I didn't name him in the piece is too many names mucks up the narrative.
— Jesse Eisinger (@eisingerj) April 22, 2015
KPMG reacts to edible passports call by Paypal [PlanetBiometrics]
A Conversation With R. Byron Carlock Jr., Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers [NYT]
If real estate is your thing.
Oil Price Rout Has CEOs Courting Accountants Not Wildcatters [Bloomberg]
If oil & gas is your thing.
IRS Seeks Record $2 Billion In Back Taxes From Prominent Businessman And Philanthropist Sam Wyly [Forbes]
If offshore trusts are your thing.
Nine Indicted in Bourbon Heists Involving Wild Turkey, Pappy Van Winkle [WSJ]
Black market bourbon! "A grand jury in Frankfort, Ky. indicted nine people for alleged involvement in a bourbon-theft ring that stole more than $100,000 of whiskey, including hard-to-find Pappy Van Winkle and several barrels of Wild Turkey, the Franklin County Commonwealth’s Attorney office said. The county sheriff’s office said it uncovered the ring after receiving a tip about barrels in the backyard of a man named Toby Curtsinger that allegedly were stolen from Wild Turkey, a unit of Davide Campari-Milano SpA. The detectives linked the bourbon to an employee at Wild Turkey who worked on the loading dock and hauled bourbon between the distillery’s warehouses, the sheriff’s office said. The sheriff’s office said it also recovered more than 20 cases of Pappy Van Winkle—one of the most expensive bourbon brands at $50 to $250 a bottle—as part of the investigation."