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December 4, 2022

Footnotes: MLK and Taxes; KPMG Partner Joins HSBC; ‘Madoff on a Bike’| 01.21.13

Martin Luther King Jr. and Tax [TaxProf]

“Now it's about loopholes.” [Martin Sullivan]

Atari files for bankruptcy protection [Reuters]

HSBC Hires KPMG Partner for Compliance After Bagley Quit [Bloomberg]

With Tax Advantages Looking Shaky, Private Equity Seeks a New Path [DealBook]

Armstrong Becomes ‘Madoff on a Bike’ as Cheating Shatters Lives [Bloomberg]

Here's a fancy thing the New York Times put together that shows where some notable people sat during the inauguration. [NYT] 


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