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November 22, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Marvel and the IRS; Work Less, Accomplish More; The Guy Who Flies for Free | 07.24.15

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Marvel Superhero Debt Squashed by IRS [AT]

Australian fund warned investors of suspected Diageo inventory irregularities in March [MW]

Square Is Said to Have Filed for Initial Public Offering [NYT]

How successful people work less—and get more done [Quartz]

Up in the Air: Meet the Man Who Flies Around the World for Free [RS]

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