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CalCPA Daily Clips
Friday, Jan. 20, 2012
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Advisory board addresses top concerns
Fatigue setting in for accounting standard-setters
GE lending unit said to be target of U.S. Probe
Better Business Bureau lists Top 10 scams of 2011
Sales of small businesses improved last year
The Tipping Point: High Court Applebee's Ruling Could Hike Payroll Costs
Intel sees 1st-quarter revenue above estimates
Firm MPs: Merge with caution
A Setback for Credit-Card Users?
10 Things Customer-Service Reps Won't Tell You
Mortgage rates hit record low -- 3.88%
IRS gives tax break to victims of human trafficking
IRS plans second meeting on real-time tax system
Uproar over proposed bills delays answer to Internet piracy
7 Charged as F.B.I. Closes a Top File-Sharing Site
The Smartphone Data Diet
Facebook's Open Graph expands to new businesses
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