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November 27, 2022

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AGN and Avalara Announce Strategic Alliance [PR Web]

Huge post-Sandy tax increases fail to materialize [AP via USA Today]

House Oversight committee asks outspoken IRS agent to testify in public [FOX News]

Pwc Pushes Greater Caribbean Integration [Tribune 242]

China's Bernie Madoff Was Executed for Fraud—and Nobody Told His Family [The Atlantic]

China and SEC Reach Agreement on Deloitte Audit Docs [Corporate Counsel]

Internal Technology Evangelist: Angel or Devil? []

How not to fix the IRS [Christian Science Monitor]

Jurors picked in SEC fraud case against Goldman's Fabrice Tourre [Reuters]

'Sock Monkey Kama Sutra' May Scar You For Life (PHOTOS) [HuffPo Weird News]

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