September 25, 2022

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GOP Rejects Cliff Offer From Obama [WSJ]

To Save H.P., Break It in Two [DealBook]

KPMG has more than half of the $4 billion of claims on MF Global UK [Reuters]

The SEC And Accounting Fraud Enforcement: No "There" There [Forbes]

Auditors Clash in H.P. Deal for Autonomy [NYT]

Charities Fight to Keep Tax Break on Donations [WSJ]

Obama hosts election rival Romney for lunch [Reuters]

At last the Bank is tackling the regulatory fiasco of Britain's accounting system [Telegraph]

House Dems introduce bill merging SEC, CFTC [The Hill]

Your Emails Are Too Long: Here’s How to Fix Them [Lifehacker]

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