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November 24, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Ferguson Judge’s Unpaid Taxes; BOOM Goes the Accounting; Twister-inspired Tower | 03.06.15

Deloitte Global CEO Salzberg to speak at Mendoza’s graduate program commencement [ND]

Ferguson judge behind aggressive fines policy owes $170,000 in unpaid taxes [Guardian]

FASB Moving Ahead With Nonprofit Update [CFO]

Dynamic Materials (BOOM) Cites Accounting Errors for Delay of Q4, FY14 Report [BOOM]

How three South Florida accounting firms used rebranding to streamline their business [SFBJ]

Introverts Like Mountains, Extroverts Like The Beach [FC]

Genius Architects Want to Build a Tornado-Shaped Tower in Oklahoma [TheVane.Gawker]

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