Friday Footnotes: Finding Fraud; Merger Madness; The Sexiest Recruiters | 12.05.14

Man gets prison for failing to pay taxes on drugs [Pensacola News Journal]

You can expect strippers masquerading as recruiters at your next Meet the Firms [Daily Mail]

Sam is on a roll this week [Twitter]

Accountants Increasingly Use Data Analysis to Catch Fraud Quote the raven: “The future of forensic accounting lies in data analytics,” said Timothy Hedley, a fraud expert at KPMG, the firm that conducted the call-center audit. “Individuals trying to get hired out of school are expected to have technical skills that 10 years ago were less important but are critical now.” [WSJ]

Stop it [Twitter]

Greg must be really busy at work if his people are sending his wife flowers [Instagram]

Suburu looks to New Jersey for a $118 million tax break to move its U.S. headquarters four miles [Newsday]

SaY GooDbYe tO dELiA*s 90s girls everywhere will shed a collective tear as soon as we slip off our chunky shoes and throat-hugging chokers [HuffPo]

SEC Charges Virginia Beach-Based Bank Holding Company With Accounting Violations [SEC]

Two accounting firms announce ‘a merger of equals’ More people you never heard of [Buffalo Business First]

FTC’s First Twitter Disclosure Crackdown Is A Wake-Up Call [Marketing Land]

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