Review Comments | 09.09.09

ObamaAndGeithner0109.jpgGeithner Still Pushing For Major Financial Reforms – Wait…There is still a problem? [NPR]
Obama Says New Tax on Sugary Drinks Worth ‘Exploring’ – You thought the soda was expensive before? [Bloomberg]
Golden couple refuse to shoulder blameThese people. [FT]
US economic outlook ‘optimistic’ – Just like every football fan feels about their respective team. Right, Sooners? [BBC]
The Cassandra effect – What if you can predict the future but no one believes you? [AccMan]
IRS to Focus on Filling Vacancies – Take note people… [Web CPA]

ObamaAndGeithner0109.jpgGeithner Still Pushing For Major Financial Reforms – Wait…There is still a problem? [NPR]
Obama Says New Tax on Sugary Drinks Worth ‘Exploring’ – You thought the soda was expensive before? [Bloomberg]
Golden couple refuse to shoulder blameThese people. [FT]
US economic outlook ‘optimistic’ – Just like every football fan feels about their respective team. Right, Sooners? [BBC]
The Cassandra effect – What if you can predict the future but no one believes you? [AccMan]
IRS to Focus on Filling Vacancies – Take note people… [Web CPA]

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Senator Wants Explanation on AIG Severance Deal – Chuck Grassley would like Ken Feinberg to explain why the AIG general counsel got a severance package. Yes, he’s up for re-election. [WSJ]
Market Concentration of the Big Four Audit Firms: The Feasibility of a Suggested Trade — Divestiture for Liability Limitations – “[I]s there a credible case to incentivize their exchange of market dominance for liability limitations?” [Re:Balance]
What a Phishing Scam E-mail Looks Like – An exclamation point in an email from the IRS should be your first clue. [Tax Update Blog]