UIC warns of possible data breach; business, accounting students at risk Some former University of Illinois Chicago students were warned last week of a breach that left personal information, including Social Security numbers, publicly accessible. A website security breach made two College of Business Administration documents from the 2002 spring semester accessible — a roster from a Special Topics in Accounting course and an advising list for all junior and senior accounting majors, according to a statement from the university. [CST]
Charlie Gasparino got kicked out of Sun Valley Lodge. [ValleyWag]
The Friday body burying has begun.
And the #fridaynightdump is off to a roaring start with 25 8Ks filed in the first 20 minutes after markets close!
— footnoted (@footnoted) July 11, 2014
Annie's, Inc. – Why Did PwC Abandon This BNNY? [Tony Catanach/Seeking Alpha]
Marco Glisson, 59, a former auto worker who once lived in Las Vegas, was ordered into federal custody following his sentencing earlier this week to begin his prison term, Nevada U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden said Friday. Glisson, who pleaded guilty in January to one count of tax evasion and one count of conspiracy to sell and offer unregistered securities, was charged with hiding more than $664,000 in income from the IRS for the tax years 2006 and 2007. The money was from the sale of $1.8 million in unregistered stock in CMKM Diamonds, a Las Vegas-based company investigated by federal authorities on several fronts. [LVRJ]
Oh, yes. This happened:
Florida Man Taking His Talents to Cleveland | http://t.co/1aprMJwW2g
— Florida Man (@_FloridaMan) July 11, 2014
Judge demands answers about Lerner's hard drive [The Hill]
Glamorous Polish accountant 'had 86-year-old millionaire client killed with the help of teenage boy and girl so she could steal his money' [DM]