October 20, 2019

Friday Footnotes: Accounting for Derivatives; Grant Thornton’s People People; Dealing with Downtime | 08.07.15

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FASB Proposes Changes in Accounting for Derivatives [AT]

Intent, Not Accounting, May Be Key to Dewey Trial [TAL]

Grant Thornton grows People & Culture leadership team [GT]

“The Accountant,” which stars Affleck as an accountant who moonlights as an assassin, will now be released on Oct. 7, 2016, after originally being slated for Jan. 29, 2016. [Variety]

The Never-Ending Lawsuit Against 2 Former A.I.G. Executives [DealBook]

Work During Downtime [Open Items]

Don't forget to take our parental leave survey. [GC]

State rep planned to accuse himself of gay sex scandal to hide affair [The Hill]

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