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Footnotes: CFOs Get Shown the Money; CFA Exam Freak-outs; Creeping | 06.06.14

Companies Pay More to Keep Finance Executives [CFOJ]

This Map Shows You The Fastest Way to Get Anywhere In Your City [Gizmodo]

D-Day: Hove veteran disappears for Normandy trip Hundreds of veterans marked the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in France, with events on the beaches of Normandy. The landings were the first stage of the invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe. Earlier, it was believed care home staff stopped [Bernard] Jordan from going to the events. Brighton and Hove police had tweeted: "90 year old veteran reported missing from care home. Turns out they'd said no to him going to #DDay70 but he went anyway #fightingspirit" [BBC]

Chapin accountant pleads guilty to $1.9 million embezzlement fraud [The State]

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Let’s Have A Chat About: CFA Exam-Eve Freak Out Levels [DB] CEO Patrick Byrne Spying on People–Again [WCF]
Keep Fridays Productive by Completing Low Energy Tasks [Lifehacker]

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