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December 2, 2022

Footnotes: Janna Ryan, Standard Chartered Settles, The Groupon Backlash | 08.14.12

Paul Ryan’s Wife Is A Housewife Now, But She Used To Be A Lawyer And A Lobbyist At PwC, no less. [ATL]

New York’s A.G. Probes Nonprofits’ Political Spending [Bloomberg]

Grant Thornton creates scholarship fund for MSU students [AT]

British Bank in $340 Million Settlement for Laundering [NYT]

Punishing Groupon: Social Media Backlash? [CFO]

First Strippers, Now Masons. Everyone is an Employee. [DT]

Definitive Proof that Cats Are Assholes [Gawker]

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