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November 22, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Cramming in 8-Ks; A Paystub with Big Numbers; An Enormous CPA Tattoo | 05.22.15

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Hewlett-Packard Says Breakup Will Cost Billions, but Sees Savings Too [WSJ]

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Let's Take A Look At Andrew McCutchen's Pay Stub [Deadspin]

Zappos is offering to pay even more employees to leave [Quartz]

The Inside Story of How the iPhone Crippled BlackBerry [WSJ]

No Better Way To Celebrate Passing The CPA Than Getting An Enormous Tattoo On Your Arm [Barstool Sports via r/accounting]

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