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Footnotes: Happy Birthday, WWW; Struggles With What, Now?; CS Banker Comes Clean | 03.12.14

ICYMI: SEC Charges Animal Feed Company and Top Executives in China and U.S. With Accounting Fraud [SEC]

The web's 25th birthday starts the campaign for the Web We Want [ZDNet]

Some typos are more unfortunate than others [Twitter]

Will King get Candy Crushed in its IPO? [Forbes]

Since your tax dollars paid for the study, you might as well read up on America's secret sex economy (spoiler alert: somewhat NSFW unless all your clients are pimps and hoes) [The Atlantic]

This Big Bank's CEO Delayed, Prayed and Turned Out OK [Bloomberg View]

The first Credit Suisse banker to cry uncle of seven admits he attempted to rip off the IRS [Forbes]

Ex-Goldman Sachs exec penalized in subprime investment case [LA Times]

Wall Street cash bonuses highest since 2008 crash: report [Reuters]

Obama Will Seek Broad Expansion of Overtime Pay Hate to break it but this probably does not apply to you [NYT]

Lady Gaga's charity gave away just $5000 out of its $2.1 million, but spent $300,000 on consulting [Gawker]


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