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December 3, 2022

Footnotes: Twitter’s S-1; ‘I am not sure what you are doing here’; The Plot Thickens in Michigan CPA Murder | 10.03.13

On Third Day, Finger-Pointing Continues on Shutdown [WSJ]

Driver killed after chase from White House to Capitol [WaPo]

In one incident cited in the lawsuits, the plaintiffs alleged that Deloitte blessed Taylor Bean's financial statements in 2008 even though the Deloitte partner in charge of the audit acknowledged just hours before the audit was due that he didn't understand the treatment of $6 billion in transactions on the company's books. "I am not sure what you are doing here," wrote Ed Corristan, the Deloitte partner, in an email cited in the lawsuits. [WSJ]

Deciding To Go To Law School In One Epic Flowchart [ATL]

Britain tries to counter criticism of IFRS accounting rules [FT]

Kalamazoo accountant facing embezzlement charge in connection with homicide of Sturgis CPA [MLive]

Differences between IFRS and CGAAP Values Widespread and Significant [AWEB]
Government Shutdowns Threaten To Become The New Normal [TaxVox]
Police say 36-year-old Kevin Gill pulled up to St. Mary’s Catholic Church about 1 p.m. When he got out of his vehicle, he waved a piece of lettuce and said he was going to feed the animals. He then climbed back into his vehicle, removed his clothing, and stood outside again exposing himself. Members of the wedding party confirm for police that no one knows Gill and that he was not an invited guest. [WOWT]

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