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December 3, 2022

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All Upstate N.Y. Shooter Left Behind Was Debt and New Clothes [New York Magazine]

No Accounting For Auditor PwC At Levin's Whale Hearing [Francine McKenna in Forbes]

Crown Heights Accountant Untangles Tax Code For Brooklyn's Creative Class [DNAinfo.com]

Sonic Falls Most in Three Weeks on Accounting Weakness Some automotive company, not that drive-in place you've only been to when you're drunk. [Bloomberg]

UT Dallas Mourns Longtime Professor and Accounting Expert The qualified accounting professor shortage continues *sadface* [UT Dallas]

AICPA Announces Winners of Start Here, Go Places. High School Accounting Competition Get 'em started young [MW]

PwC 2013 "State Of The Profession Survey" Finds Strong Needs Exist For Internal Audit To Deliver More Value To Organizations [Dark Reading]

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