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December 4, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Gay Marriage Wins; How Uber Conquers; Rand Paul vs. IRS | 06.26.15

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage [AT]

Sexism & Public Accounting [r/accounting, Earlier]

Deloitte hires FDIC's Robert Burns to boost bank regulatory services [Reuters]

This Is How Uber Takes Over a City [Bloomberg]

EY launches Diversity & Inclusiveness microsite [EY]

Sandwich accountant indicted in Aurora theft [CT]

Rand Paul Said to Take on the IRS, Again [Bloomberg]

What is the FASB’s Simplification Initiative, Really? [Accounting Onion]

Donald Trump refuses to release birth certificate and passport records [The Guardian]


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