Footnotes: A SEC Whistleblower Payout; Internal Auditors; PwC TC OMP | 10.01.13

UHY needs Tax Associates and Senior Associates in St. Louis, MO. [GCJ]

SEC Awards More Than $14 Million to Whistleblower [SEC]

Worked for PwC, KPMG … and al Qaeda Hasanoff's wife was seven months pregnant with their third child and, against her doctor's orders, flew from UAE to New York to support her husband after he was extradited. The stress and anxiety led to the premature birth of their daughter, who had to be kept in intensive care and has since been treated for neurological, physical, speech and heart issues. His other two children, a nine-year-old son and six-year-old daughter, are receiving treatment for "separation anxiety and adjustment issues".Hasanoff, after three years in prison ahead of Monday's sentencing, has also suffered. Hasanoff's lawyer Joshua Dratel, who represented Australian David Hicks during his detention in Guantanamo Bay, said Hasanoff was kept in inhumane and unsanitary conditions and exposed to tuberculosis during his initial jail stay in the UAE. [Stuff.co.nz, Earlier]

Tinkerer, Lawyer, Hustler, Lies: One Man’s Path to a Dope Fortune [SIRF/Roddy Boyd]

Bank Internal Auditors Warned About Lending Risks [CFO]

Tom Montminy is PwC's new Twin Cities OMP. [MSPBJ]

True Stories From Day One of the Government Shutdown [Gawker]

 

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