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Footnotes: Accounting Fraud Lives; France’s Nutty Tax; Can Merging Firms Bust the Big 4? | 11.14.12

Accounting Fraud Cases Are Dead. Long Live Accounting Fraud Cases. [Forbes]

Congressional Report Blames Corzine for MF Global’s Collapse [DealBook]

Donate Your Leave Time to Sandy Victims [AWEB]

France considers big tax hike on key ingredient in Nutella [PRI]

Brits believe that mergers are the only way smaller firms can compete the Big 4. [Accountancy Age] 

Durbin: We're looking at a tax deduction cap [The Hill]


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