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Footnotes: Brits Back Off a Bit on Auditor Rotation; IRS Employees Are Back; Buy a Piece of a Running Back | 10.17.13

Prosecutors and SAC Head Toward a Possible Record-Breaking Settlement [WSJ]

Obama Calls for New Spirit of Cooperation in Washington [NYT]

U.K. Watchdog Softens Stance on Auditor Rotation [CFO]

IRS employees are back, but temporary shutdown deal could mean 2014 tax filing season trouble [DMWT]

Thousands of Threats Made Against IRS Employees [NBC]

Fantex Offering Stake in Texans’ Arian Foster Starting at $10 [Bloomberg]

The Great American Menu: Foods Of The States, Ranked And Mapped [Deadspin]

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