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September 25, 2023

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IMF Sees Some Corporate Debt Unsustainable in Parts of EU [Bloomberg]

The Wall Street Journal finally caught up on the guy almost beaten to death who emerged from his coma to become a CPA. At KPMG, mind you, but still a CPA. [WSJ]

Spanish firm Pescanova is deeply embroiled in an accounting scandal and have fired BDO but don't worry, KPMG is on it. [Reuters]

California Pension Approves Accounting Change With Rate Boost LOL CalPERS is still broke [Bloomberg]

Fed authorities charge 24 IRS workers with theft [Miami Herald]

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