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December 3, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Toshiba Expands Probe; More on Hertz; New Deputy Chief Accountant | 05.15.15

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Toshiba sets up new panel to expand accounting probe [Reuters]

Hertz Accounting Fix Keeps CFO in Financial No-Man’s Land [CFOJ]

Your new Deputy Chief Accountant at the SEC.

SEC Sued Over Failure to Enact Political Disclosure Rule [CFO]

Police: Man enraged by lack of mac 'n cheese at rest stop [AP]

15 Actors Who Tried To Become Action Stars And Failed Miserably Brian Bosworth in Stone Cold. Doesn't get much worse. [io9]

 

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