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In this episode, we've got more PPP news, including the debate over accounting firms paying back PPP loans, the elusive and nonexistent deal on federal unemployment benefits, and how one Florida Man buys a Lambo with fraudulent PPP money to ease his pandemic burdens. In other news, we've got updates from Xero, FreshBooks, YayPay, Gusto, and big news from Intuit about their latest product, QuickBooks Cash. We'll also talk about Shopify's revenue nearly doubling, Enova's slated acquisition of OnDeck, Monzo's losses in the UK, and much more!
We're covering lots of ground in this episode, with news about how ScaleFactor, the "accounting firm with software engineers" that raised $100 million from A-list venture capital firms, is abruptly shutting down, and how Wirecard's future in doubt after revealing missing $2.1B; Wirecard's CEO, Markus Braun, is arrested, and why EY failed to ask Wirecard for bank statements for three years. We'll also examine NASDAQ's suspension of trading of Luckin Coffee after its massive fraud. In other news, GE swaps KPMG for Deloitte, the SBA has exempted lawmakers, and federal officials from ethics rules for the Paycheck Protection Program, PPP recipients can now apply early for forgiveness, and the Treasury sent more than one million coronavirus stimulus payments to dead people. We've got app news, including how Intuit changed its tech development focus, while laying of 715, and much more!
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