Review Comments | 10.05.09

Thumbnail image for barneyfrank4.jpgU.S. bill exempts firms from derivatives rules – Barney Frank. On it. [Reuters]
For Whom Do The 47% Who Pay No Income Tax Vote? – One guess. [TaxProf Blog]
The social media guru – Headphones. NSFW if you like to crank the volume. Or just risk it. Whatever. [AccMan]
The AICPA is Drinking Ben Bernanke’s Kool Aid – C’mon the recession is basically over people. Name change! [JDA]
Phishing attack targets Hotmail – Commence panic. [BBC]
Bernanke Pressures Big Banks, But Are More Bailouts Coming? – Sure, why not? [NPR]

Thumbnail image for barneyfrank4.jpgU.S. bill exempts firms from derivatives rules – Barney Frank. On it. [Reuters]
For Whom Do The 47% Who Pay No Income Tax Vote? – One guess. [TaxProf Blog]
The social media guru – Headphones. NSFW if you like to crank the volume. Or just risk it. Whatever. [AccMan]
The AICPA is Drinking Ben Bernanke’s Kool Aid – C’mon the recession is basically over people. Name change! [JDA]
Phishing attack targets Hotmail – Commence panic. [BBC]
Bernanke Pressures Big Banks, But Are More Bailouts Coming? – Sure, why not? [NPR]

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Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for cadbury_egg.jpgCadbury and Kraft turn sweet on deal – Kraft finally put up a number that wasn’t an insult. [FT]
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]