Friday Footnotes: Halliburton Whistleblower AMA; Madoff Suit Against PwC Back From Dead; Tax Freedom Day | 04.24.15

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I am a Halliburton Whistleblower. I fought them for 9 years and (eventually) won. Ask Me Anything. [r/IAmA]

Why U.S. Investors May Owe China Taxes [WSJ]

Why Are We So Hard on Female CEOs? [HBR]

Madoff Investor Suit Against Citigroup Unit, PwC Resurrected [Bloomberg]

Rand Paul, too. 

Happy Tax Freedom Day! [Tax Foundation]

Why Is It Called "Rebooting"? [Gizmodo]

Tooth fairy isn't real, N.J. mom says teacher told class [NJ.com]

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