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Footnotes: Microsoft Checked In at Foursquare; Morgan Stanley Settles; What’s Up With 501(c)(4)? | 02.04.14

Microsoft just ousted Foursquare as the mayor of Foursquare! [PCMag]

Morgan Stanley Reaches $1.25 Billion Settlement of FHFA Suit [BBW]

A senator and ex-senator in Canada have been charged with fraud [Reuters]

The Treasury is totally on this debt limit thing, you guys, it's cool [WSJ]

The Dog That Did Not Bark – IRS Issues Adverse 501(c)(4) Rulings To Deafening Silence Given the drama of the IRS “targeting scandal,” you would think that when the Service went from annoying document requests to issuing actual adverse rulings, there would be some howling, but the two adverse rulings on 501(c)(4) status issued last month seem to have gone unremarked. Given that one of them seems likely issued to a Republican group, I find that rather odd. [Forbes]

According to this opinion piece, Obama is wrong and the IRS is corrupt. I don't even have to tell you where this piece was published, deep down in your heart you already know [FOX]

So NOW Target is going to fast track anti-fraud technology. Because of course they are [NYT]

Have you heard about one of the biggest fraud investigations in U.S. Army history? It's ongoing [RT]

CBO: Health-care law will mean 2 million fewer workers [Washington Post]

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