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September 27, 2023

Friday Footnotes: A Bombable Accountant; Dragging Out Revenue Recognition; Ex-ARCP CAO Drops Whistleblower Lawsuit | 02.20.15

Colorado man says he wanted to bomb accountant, not NAACP headquarters [LAT]

Apple Wants to Start Producing Cars as Soon as 2020 [Bloomberg]

IASB Member Sees Revenue Rule Delay As Inevitable [CFO]

Former American Realty Executive Drops Whistleblower Lawsuit [Bloomberg]

Greater Cincinnati's Largest Accounting Firms, 2015 [CBC]

PTIN Rules You May Not Have Known [AWEB]

PWC, the accountancy giant that promoted tax avoidance, gave £386,605 to Labour [Indepedent]

Only 1 in 4 Americans Would Take a Free Space Flight [Smithsonian]

Scientists Find a Paradoxical Explanation For The Munchies[io9]

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