Footnotes: Hashtag Fraud Hashtag Scam; Gene Simmons Is No Tax Expert; Congressional Wikipedia Trolling | 07.25.14

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Investor Alert: Social Media and Investing — Stock Rumors While social media can provide many benefits for investors, it also presents opportunities for fraudsters. Through social media, fraudsters can spread false or misleading information about a stock to large numbers of people with minimum effort and at a relatively low cost. They can also conceal their true identities by acting anonymously or even impersonating credible sources of market information. [Investor.gov]

New IRS Form Proves Obama Lied About Individual Mandate Tax Consider the source and proceed accordingly [Americans for Tax Reform]

A couple Deloitte partners are in trouble [economia]

Gene Simmons Should Stick to Breathing Fire on Stage Again, consider the source and proceed accordingly [CTJ]

Generating social business value across the enterprise blah blah blah [Deloitte U Press]

So you’re the world’s greatest trader? Taxes will fix that. Just stick to your mattress [WaPo]

What the heck is going on with Congress and Wikipedia? [Fast Co.]

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