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Footnotes: Grant Thornton’s New COO; More on ParenteBeard’s Partner Exodus; Gun Trusts Are Quite the Thing Now | 06.11.13

Here's a nice article on EY Olympian Gwen Jorgensen. [ESPN]

Mike McGuire will replace Lou Grabowsky as partner in charge of operations for Grant Thornton. [GT]

Sad: Tracy Lefteroff, global managing partner of PwC's venture capital practice died on Sunday at the age of 59. [Fortune]

Act surprised when you learn that Missouri has a very low beer tax (Colorado, too). [CNN]

Jon Weil reacting to Citigroup's latest announcement of bad news: "[A]ccumulated other comprehensive loss” — a name so awful and devoid of plain-English meaning that the Financial Accounting Standards Board, which sets U.S. accounting rules, deserves a dunce cap for coining it. [Jon Weil/Bloomberg]

IRS Confirms Plans to Retire Two e-Services Products in August [AWEB]

The ParenteBeard Chairman and CEO says his firm's partner exodus is simply "turnover." [PhillyDeals, Earlier]

Gun Trusts Help Owners Legally Pass Down Firearms [WSJ]

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