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December 4, 2022

Footnotes | 06.20.13

Target Logistics in Boston, Mass is looking for an assistant controller. Get on it, CHOWDAH HEADS. [GCJ]

Hard to believe that Goldman Sachs doesn't want to buy a company accused of accounting fraud. [DB]

Max Baucus informed the President, via press release, that momentum for tax reform is building. [SCF]

Here's a great article from the New York Times archive wherein James Gandolfini talks about his apartment hopping in Manhattan. [NYT]

Earlier, Adrienne mentioned the sorry state of affairs in the legal field. The TaxProf has more stats on that. [TaxProf]

Teen's Carjacking Attempt Foiled by Inability to Drive Stick [Gawker]

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