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Friday Footnotes: Punny Businesses; Enticing Frauds; Clinton Tax Plan or Trump Tax Plan? | 10.02.15

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Google is now Alphabet or whatever. [WSJ]

A Pig Story, Belize Banks and Questions About U.S. Tax Evaders [Bloomberg]

The punniest businesses in America. [Atlas Obscura]

Judge Denies Injunctive Relief on Rand Paul’s FATCA Claim [Bloomberg]

Mary Jo White has a warning:

It's Dan Gallagher's last day at the SEC [SEC]

Jimmy Kimmel Tricks Clinton Supporters Into Liking Trump’s Tax Plan [TaxProf]

Dez Bryant owed some taxes. [TMZ]

Suit: Levittown man fired for excessive farting [Philly]
 

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