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Footnotes: A Dirty Accountant; PwC’s Lipper Problem; Crowe’s Chief Innovation Officer | 11.08.13

An Italian named Paolo Oliverio might be the most corrupt accountant in history. [Economia]

PwC ordered to face fraud claim over Lipper hedge fund collapse [Reuters]

Here's an exposure draft from the AICPA on changes to compilation engagements. [AICPA]

Make donations to typhoon victims via U.S.-based nonprofits [DMWT]

I don't know why I think this pictures is funny:

Holder’s Credit Grab at JPMorgan [Bloomberg]

Convicted Criminal Takes Issue With Being Referred To As Convicted Criminal [DB]

Crowe Horwath has named Derek Bang its Chief Innovation Officer, whatever that is. [CPAPA]

Woman Wears Hamburger as Sandal After Sex in Waffle House Parking Lot [Gawker]


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