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November 26, 2022

Footnotes: Scott London’s Lighter Pockets; Ex-Bank of America CFO Settles; A Zombie Social Network | 04.24.14

Jim Ulvog's latest on l'affaire London An extremely vague, hard to understand comment in the CNBC report yesterday, yes, the one wherein the camera operator ran the camera lens into the side of Mr. London’s face, indicated KPMG had taken some financial action against Mr. London. The article cited Mr. London’s attorney as saying that matter had been resolved through the partnership agreement. [Attestation Update]

This will come in handy next time Jon has to read a PCAOB inspection report.

House GOP sets May vote on holding Lois Lerner in contempt [The Hill]
 
Ex-Finance Chief at Bank of America to Pay $7.5 Million in Settlement [DealBook]
 
Google+ Is Walking Dead [TechCrunch]
 
Story About Teacher Who Gives Child Lap Dance In Class Is Very Weird [The Concourse/Deadspin]

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