Footnotes: OPEC; CITI; Ed Snowden Has a Better Life Than You | 10.14.14

Citigroup Earnings Rise 13% as It Discloses a Second Inquiry in Mexico Yeah, that seems legit [DealBook]

Oil prices plunge as production rises, fueling concern in OPEC [WaPo]

Tourism accountant cancels $1.7K invoice The Florence-Lauderdale Tourism Board won't have to further debate paying an accountant's fee for additional work. Buddy Johnsey, of Watkins and Johnsey Professional Group, has voided his $1,700 invoice. The tourism board talked at length during its Oct. 9 meeting about the bill, which was submitted after Johnsey was asked to attend a second meeting about the audit he conducted on the board's finances. It also included fees for his discussions with City Hall officials about the audit's findings. [Times Daily]

Edward Snowden's New Life in Russian Exile Looks Better than Yours Dick [Gawker]

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