Footnotes: KPMG Centre Sans KPMG; Audit Skepticism Coming Up Short; The IRS and Gay Marriage | 07.19.13

Regulators Move Against SAC Chief Cohen [WSJ]

Oddly, two of my former employers are bolting Dallas' troubled KPMG Centre. [DMN]

How Audit Skepticism Has Fallen Short [CFO]

The IRS's Gay-Marriage Tax Problem [Bloomberg]

Pedicab driver charges Japanese tourists $720 for 20-min. trip [NYP]

Elizabeth Warren, the antidote to CNBC [CJR]

Drunk naked man broke out car tail lights Iowa City police officers responded to a call Wednesday from the 700 block of Westwinds Drive for a report of a naked man attempting to get into cars in the parking lot and hitting vehicles with a bottle, according to a police complaint. Police responded to the call at 6:25 a.m. and reported that Sean C. Flaherty, 42, blew .083 in a post arrest breath test and was taken into custody. According to the complaint, Flaherty broke out the tail lights to three cars and told officers that he was breaking the red in the tail lights because red means danger to the republic. [IPC]

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