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Footnotes: The One Where Whistleblowers Get Kicked In the Teeth | 03.06.13

Accounting Lessons From Corning [Seeking Alpha]

World Accounting Leaders Identify Priorities for 2013 [Accounting Today]

Can a New Accounting Method Improve the Prospects of Gold Mining Companies? [Minyanville]

McGinn, Smith CFO gets probation [Times Union]

IRS uses the sequester to give whistleblowers another kick in the teeth [Forbes]

Taxes a Cure-All for High Frequency Trading? [FOX Business]

Judge Re-Starts SEC Efforts to Subpoena Deloitte [WSJ China]

PwC Names New Managing Director to Risk Assurance Practice [Compliance Week]

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