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September 29, 2023

Accounting News Roundup: A Greek Accounting Tragedy; Keep Your Best Employees; PwC Does Davos | 01.20.15

Greece’s Accounting Problem [NYT]
USC Professor Jacob Soll outlines the country's lack of ability to keep its numbers straight.

Billy Moore named CFO of Grant Thornton [GT]
He succeeds Russ Weiman on August 1.

Three Ways to Keep Your Best Employees from Leaving Your Firm [AWEB]
I imagine some of you will be subjected to these tactics in the coming weeks and months.

At PwC, the only better than Oscar Season is Davos Season.

Davos Season, Tweet #2:

President Obama Targets the "Angel of Death" Capital Gains Tax Loophole [TaxVox]
See you at the #SOTU tonight.
Jaime Pressly My Accountant Screwed Me In My Garden [TMZ]
Sounds like a bad episode of My Name Is Earl.

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