Footnotes: Can I Get That in $20s?; Picking a Niche; A Tacky KPMG Party | 09.29.14

The secret to being a good manager is to get your hands dirty [HBR]

The 8 Questions to Picking a Niche [AccountingWEB]

The life of Grover [Twitter]

Judge Holds Argentina in Contempt Over Bond Orders A judge, calling civil contempt a rarity, ruled that Argentina was in contempt of court on Monday for its open defiance of his orders requiring that U.S. hedge funds holding Argentine bonds be paid the roughly $1.5 billion they are owed if the majority of the South American nation's bondholders are paid interest on their bonds. [AP]

For Deloitte's Spruell, there is always football Bet this guy had a 3.3 GPA [Crain's]

City Spy: KPMG party shows there’s no accounting for taste At least there was an open bar [London Evening Standard]

Georgia woman files bogus $94 million tax return, gets arrested They issued her a fake check she was stupid enough to try to cash [NY Daily News]

Muslim convert accused of beheading a colleague 'felt oppressed at work over not getting a raise' Again, your workplace could be worse [Daily Mail]

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