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November 27, 2022

Footnotes: Nosy Spies; Millionaires on the Move; “Certified Laughter Leader” | 03.13.13

U.S. to let spy agencies scour Americans' finances [Reuters]

Jury convicts former IRS worker of tax fraud [The Inquirer]

Herbalife short-seller sues banks, Icahn over alleged fraud [FOX Business]

Kaman dumps KPMG, hires PwC as auditor Kaman spokesman Eric Remington said the company was impressed with the size of PwC's SEC client base in the Hartford market, as well as its aerospace and defense consulting expertise. [Hartford Business]

What millionaires moving to save on taxes says about them, and us [Wonkblog]

Mt. Lebanon woman goes from CPA to certified laughter leader stupid title of the day… [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Deloitte U: How To Do Inclusion Right [Fast Company]

 

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