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July 4th Weekend Footnotes: Grant Thornton’s Moldova Problem; Bad Accounting Firm Websites; Rihanna’s New Video | 07.02.15

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Vanishing act: how global auditor failed to spot theft of 15% of Moldova's wealth Grant Thornton is accused of "negligence and incompetence" after $1 billion walked out of Moldova's three largest banks on the firm's watch. [The Guardian]

Three of Top Ten firms' websites ‘unfit' for mobile use KPMG, Baker Tilly and Smith & Williamson. [Accountancy Age]

Rihanna's "BBHMM" Video Might Be About Her Actual Accountant [Cosmopolitan]

FBI Raids Accounting Firm [AT]

Washington Passes Sweeping Marijuana Tax Reform [Tax Foundation]

Zuckerberg's Dream Facebook Reads Your Mind and Sends Your Thoughts [Popular Mechanics]

The Perfect Grilled Hot Dog [Adequate Man/Deadspin]

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