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Footnotes: Once Upon a Time, Paul Ryan’s Ex-Girlfriend Stole From Ernst & Young and Other Strange Things | 09.04.12

PwC to investigate computer meltdown at RBS [Telegraph]

Paul Ryan's Ex-GF Served Prison Time For Wire Fraud Deneeta D. Pope — who made headlines recently as Ryan's African-American GF in college — was indicted by a Grand Jury in November 1999 for allegedly swindling her former employer — Ernst & Young — out of $77,000. Pope pled guilty in 2001 to stealing a lesser amount, but admitted she inflated expense reports, fabricated receipts and turned in phony invoices. She then used a wire transfer to move the money from a bank in Delaware to a different account in Chicago. [TMZ]
 
CPA Firms See Revenues Increase [AT]
 
What’s at Issue in the Private Equity Tax Inquiry [DealBook]

McDonald's to open vegetarian restaurants in India [BBW]

 
Chuck Norris: Obama Reelection Will Bring '1,000 Years Of Darkness' [HP]

 

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