Friday Footnotes: BoMo Gets in the Gender Gap; NASBA At It Again; Queen of IRS Fraud Gets Effed | 01.30.15

Gender Gap = Leadership Gap Read this just for this quote: "Under Moritz's leadership, for example, PwC is making systemic changes so that those who dial down in the middle are not marked forever by those choices. The firm doesn't judge the annual performance of someone who takes four months parental leave using the same metrics as someone who worked the whole year. The firm also allows professionals to off ramp completely for a period of time. One woman who did came back to the firm and just made partner." That poor woman *sadface* [HuffPo]

Someone needs to let Grover know he can lay off a little, it's Friday [Twitter]

Two Days Before Super Bowl, The NFL’s Status As A Nonprofit Is Challenged Too late, 990 already signed. [BuzzFeed]

ImmunoGen, Inc. Gets Into the Black, Accounting Wise It's, like, magic: "The lumpiness is purely an accounting issue. When partners license ImmunoGen's antibody drug conjugate technology, ImmunoGen typically gets upfront cash as part of the deal, but then has to amortize the up-front fees until the companies designate which antibody they're going to use the license on. During the second quarter, Novartis and Eli Lilly took licenses on deals that were established in 2010 and 2011 respectively, causing the payments to go onto the profit/loss statement in the second quarter, despite having received the cash years ago." [Motley Fool]

Friendly reminder in case you were expecting something else [Twitter]

Advanced Emissions Falls After Accounting Firm KPMG Resigns Advanced Emissions Solutions Inc., a developer of clean-coal technologies, fell the most since 2003 after saying KPMG LLP had resigned as the company’s accounting firm. [Bloomberg Business]

Exclusive: Al Sharpton and Newt Gingrich Owe the IRS a Lot of Money Consider the source but LOL [The Daily Beast]

Self Proclaimed “Queen Of IRS Tax Fraud” Gets 21 Years In Prison The best part: "Rashia Wilson, who pleaded guilty to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft earlier this year, admitted to stealing over $3 million from the IRS. Tampa police were first alerted to the fraud in 2010 when they noticed a drop in drug dealing in the area." [The Source]

Castaway who spent 13 months at sea is being sued for $1 million by his lawyer and is living on handouts a year on – but is thinking about going fishing again Yeah, just no. [Daily Mail]

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