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Footnotes: Standard Chartered Settles with New York, Again; Medical Device Tax Falls Short; How Far Does $100 Go in Your State? | 08.19.14

Standard Chartered Settles Money Laundering Case [DealBook]

Audit Regulator Considers Revamp of Rules on Accounting Estimates [WSJ]

Man pleads guilty over 'Hot Lips' account used to evade U.S. taxes [Reuters]

Report: Medical device tax missing revenue mark [The Hill]

DreamWorks Animation appoints new chief financial officer [LAT]

Francine McKenna reports that Richard Inserro was the unnamed director in the NYDFS report. [re:TheAuditors]

For some reason they went ahead with plans to make the 3rd Atlas Shrugged movie.

The Real Value of $100 in Each State [Tax Foundation]

A Compilation Of People Fucking Up The Ice Bucket Challenge The second best video you'll watch today. [Concourse.Deadspin]

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