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November 29, 2022

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

That's it for us, Guardians of the Capital Markets Galaxy. Have a happy and safe 4th of July weekend; it would really suck to lose one of your counting fingers. You can drop us links and tips by hitting the button at the top of the page or emailing us directly. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and write your accounting version of the Star Spangled Banner in Open Items.

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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