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December 3, 2022

Footnotes: Big 4 Fit for a Kingdom, EITI, and PIs | 03.05.13

Even A Big Four Audit Can't Nail Down Kingdom Holdings Numbers [Forbes]

Mark Cuban May Face S.E.C. Insider Trading Trial [DealBook]

Will EITI Kill Transfer Pricing? [Robert Goulder]

Why You Should Revisit Your Five Year Plan [Lifehacker]

Pepperdine is offering an MS degree in accounting now. [Pepperdine]

Private-investigator licensing emerges as potential threat to CPAs [JofA]

Pizza Delivery Guy Gets Tipped $10 on a $1,500 Order: Fair or Unfair? [Gawker]

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