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Review Comments | 10.19.09

carl-icahn.jpgBillionaire investor Carl Icahn offers CIT Group $6B lifeline as it faces potential collapse – What the hell, go for it. [Chicago Tribune]
Build It With Tax Incentives, and Hollywood Will Come – Lots of coverage on the Iowa film tax credit mess at Tax Update Blog. [WSJ]
IRS Employees Took Unauthorized First-Class Flights – Can you blame them? [Web CPA]
Colleagues Finger Billionaire – No matter how you read that, it’s not good for Raj. [WSJ]
KPMG hires new local managing partnerYou don’t say? [Washington Business Journal]

carl-icahn.jpgBillionaire investor Carl Icahn offers CIT Group $6B lifeline as it faces potential collapse – What the hell, go for it. [Chicago Tribune]
Build It With Tax Incentives, and Hollywood Will Come – Lots of coverage on the Iowa film tax credit mess at Tax Update Blog. [WSJ]
IRS Employees Took Unauthorized First-Class Flights – Can you blame them? [Web CPA]
Colleagues Finger Billionaire – No matter how you read that, it’s not good for Raj. [WSJ]
KPMG hires new local managing partnerYou don’t say? [Washington Business Journal]

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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]
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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]