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Footnotes: Zynga CFO Done Movin’ Up; Geithner Goads GOP; Denmark Trims the Fat Tax | 11.13.12

Zynga CFO David Wehner leaves for ‘senior finance position’ at Facebook [AP]

Judge Orders to Produce Evidence in California Consumer Fraud Lawsuit, While Major Investor Unloads Shares [WCF]

If you want to make partner, don't be a superstar [AWEB]

Olympus Sued by Manulife, 47 Investors for $241 Million [BBW]

What to Expect When You're Expecting Tax Reform [HP]

Geithner: GOP should be open to rate hikes in fiscal deal [The Hill]

‘Fat Tax’ in Denmark Is Repealed After Criticism [NYT via TaxProf]

Man Steals Chinese Food Delivery Car, Keeps Making Deliveries Keith Hinds was charged on Friday with larceny, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and other drug charges. […] West Hartford police received a call from a Chinese food delivery driver reporting that his car had been stolen after he left it idling to run into a school. The driver also called his boss so customers could be notified that their orders were stolen with the car. Police say one of the orders was delivered after the car was taken. [AP]

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