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Footnotes: The Greatest Lawyer Ad Ever; Deloitte to Dabble in Chocolate; Bad Day for EY to Talk About Fraud | 03.06.14

Guys, when Above the Law says this is the "greatest lawyer ad ever," they mean it [ATL]

Investment firm Cerberus to buy Safeway for $9 billion [USA Today]

Guy who is likely the founder of Bitcoin claims he isn't the founder of Bitcoin [AP]

No, you're not crazy, Facebook has monkeyed with your news feed again [CNET]

Obamacare Penalty to Exceed $95 for Many Americans The Tax Policy Center – a joint venture of the left-leaning Brookings Institution and the Urban Institute – created the calculator to help people figure out their actual penalty. For a single person, the penalty could be as much as $3,600, if they had adjusted gross income, subject to certain tweaks, of $370,000 or more. For a family with income over $1 million, the penalty could top $10,000 in the first year. [Washington Wire via WSJ]

Cool story bro [Twitter]

After 120 years, Barclays is breaking up with PwC [The Times]

EY: Fraud and Corruption Trends to watch this year Says the auditors of Dewey & LeBoeuf LOL [CSO]

The most libertarian of libertarians is Canadian, just FYI [Gawker]

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