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Footnotes: Bad Internal Controls at JPMorgan; The New York Times Has Two CFOs; Blamestorming the College Tax Credit Snafu | 03.14.13

JPMorgan Faulted on Controls and Disclosure in Trading Loss [DealBook]

U.S. to let spy agencies scour Americans' finances [Reuters]

The New York Times Has Two Chief Financial Officers And two treasurers, too! [Bloomberg]

The CEO of Kashflow, an accounting software company, is a geek crush, apparently. [AWEB]

No, TIm Geithner is NOT writing a book about DIY tax software. [WaPo]

Some big businesses would like money that is not being taxed not to be taxed. [The Hill]

Blame Congress, As Well As H&R Block And IRS, For College Tax Credit Mess [Forbes]

The GASB is getting all fancy by offering an online research system. [AT] 

NJ Bakery Shut Down for Brilliantly Putting Sugar into Sugar-Free Baked Goods [Jezebel]

There's a building in Shanghai that has an escape slide. [HP]

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