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2/19/2018

Little has been a financial executive at Procter & Gamble, Elizabeth Arden and HSN.

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Rod Little, Procter & Gamble, CFO
2/19/2018

An inebriated monkey woke up from a nap and attacked customers at a bar in India. Patrons had earned the monkey's trust by giving it food but then forced the animal to drink alcohol, leading to the fiasco.

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Deccan Herald (India)
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Bangalore, India, Kammanahalli
2/16/2018

Find out how even small companies can take advantage of the research tax credit now that the Internal Revenue Service allows multiple tax years to be used in one statistical sampling study.

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The Tax Adviser
2/16/2018

The number of taxpayers potentially affected by a scam targeting refunds has grown, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The agency has issued a second warning about the scam, which appears to rely on data stolen from tax preparers' offices.

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CBS News
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Internal Revenue Service
2/16/2018

A simple mindfulness practice might be the key to strengthening your decision-making skills. In this blog post, learn the neuroscience behind why you make the choices you make and how to sharpen your awareness to improve relationships and to build team trust.

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AICPA Insights
2/16/2018

The 3D Maps feature is helping Microsoft Excel serve as a source of valuable business intelligence.

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Microsoft
2/16/2018

Smartphones made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE could create security risks for US consumers, officials from US intelligence agencies have testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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CNNMoney
2/16/2018

A 49-year-old skier disappeared last week from a New York mountainside, only to turn up six days later in California. Constantinos "Danny" Filippidis, found in Sacramento still wearing ski gear, says he has no recollection of what happened during those six days.

2/15/2018

IBM is suing former Chief Diversity Officer Lindsay-Rae McIntyre for allegedly violating a noncompete agreement by taking the same job at Microsoft. IBM argues McIntyre is taking "trade secrets" to Microsoft, saying she has vast knowledge of IBM's diversity and inclusion practices.

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Quartz
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IBM, McIntyre, Microsoft