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Footnotes: MIA PwC; More Calls for More of Mitt’s Tax Returns; The Greatest 8-K Ever | 07.06.12

Where Was Auditor PwC When Its Client Barclays Gamed Libor? [AB]

DEAR MITT ROMNEY: It's Time To Release All Of Your Tax Returns [BI]

AIG Sues U.S. Over Alleged $30.2 Million Tax Overpayment [Bloomberg]

House sales not enough; Kenny Stabler owes $265,000 to IRS [MPR]

Grover Norquist Pledge Against Taxes Attracts Fewer Republican Candidates [HP]

Akron restaurant owner dies hours after meeting Obama [ABJ]

Merged Utility Companies’ “Common Strategic Vision For The Future” Lasts Five Days – Matt Levine: "I have no way of researching this but I’ll go out on a limb and say it’s unlikely that any company has ever previously announced the hiring and firing of a CEO within three paragraphs of each other in the same 8-K, with an employment agreement dated June 27 and a separation agreement dated July 2." [DB]

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