Footnotes: A Bad Accountant With Promise; New IRS Troubles; Stop Working | 09.18.14

Penn West Jumps as Goals Kept After Accounting Review Restatements are magic! [Bloomberg]

TODAY [Twitter]

A 22-year-old accountant in the UK got three years jail time for stealing from his government employer The employer said the kid "initially showed promise but unfortunately he abused his position and went to great lengths to cover his tracks." Like any good accountant, you mean? [BBC]

Report: IRS can't effectively audit large firms [The Hill]

Immaterial [Twitter]

Americans don't know how to stop working [Fast Company]

Stop being such a miserable bastard [Plante Moran]

Larry Ellison to Step Aside as Oracle CEO [WSJ]

Is Kim Jong ill? North Korean dictator in poor health as his weight has ballooned thanks to an obsession with cheese Groan [Daily Mail]

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