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Footnotes: Offshore Audit Work Anxiety; Citi’s Curious Profit; Pitching Scripts to the AICPA | 10.16.12

As more U.S. audit work moves to India, concerns arise [Reuters]

Citi Has An Excellent 88% Decrease In Profit [DB]

I don't want to hear about any of you experimenting with bath salts on business trips. [Bloomberg]

For some reason, the AICPA is asking high school students to pitch TV show ideas [AT]

Where Would The NHL Be If Bain Capital Had Bought The Whole League In 2005? [Deadspin]

Pizza Hut Rethinks Presidential Debate Stunt [AP via Counterparties]

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