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December 4, 2022

Footnotes: Still Sorting Out Lehman, KPMG’s Classy Office, Student-Loan Defaults Going Up | 09.28.12

Lehman, IRS Reach Deal [BB/WSJ]

Nortel auditors, board not shown report on excess reserves, Crown tells court [Globe and Mail]

Principal Accounting Officer, Controller at Express Scripts Resigns [CW]

KPMG's San Diego office is keeping its workplace classy. [KPMG]
 
Student-Loan Default Rates Rise as Federal Scrutiny Grows [Bloomberg]
 
Accounting is in the middle of the pack of majors whose students have the most sex. [SB via BI]
 
 

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