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Footnotes: Going Concerns Proving True; Revenue Recognition Letdown; The IRS and the Devil | 10.09.13

Fewer Companies Recovered Last Year After ‘Going Concern’ Warnings [WSJ]

The Big Revenue Recognition Fizzle [Accounting Onion]

Obama picks Yellen for top Fed job, urges quick Senate approval [Reuters]

IRS official: No ObamaCare problems [The Hill]

All Is Fair in Love and Twitter [NYT]

Avoid common mistakes on your extended Oct. 15 tax filing [DMWT]

Men’s Wearhouse Rejects $2.3 Billion Offer by Jos. A. Bank [DealBook]

Watch a Congressman Ask an IRS Official About Consorting with Satan [Gawker]

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