September 24, 2022

Footnotes: Deloitte Gets Permission From Deloitte; Dirty Accounting; Where Half of Experienced Hires Come From | 08.27.14

Deloitte can never be too careful [Twitter]

SEC Adopts Asset-Backed Securities Reform Rules This matters to the people betting you'll default on your car loan [SEC]

Five famous people react to Tims-Burger King deal Please tell us what we should think, Rob Lowe [Globe and Mail]

Did someone say dirty accounting? [Twitter]

It's All About the Money: Cash or Accrual Accounting? [Entrepreneur]

Here's Why Deloitte Hires Almost Half Its Experienced Staff Through Referrals In the 2014 fiscal year, approximately 44% of its experienced hires came from referrals, according to Jen Steinmann, the consultancy's chief talent officer. [Business Insider]

Russian Bank Will Give You a Free Cat With Your Mortgage To borrow, not keep. A source tells me it is custom in that part of the world to let a cat be the first to walk through your door, after which all the nasty juju in the house is absorbed into the cat, who is then subsequently "destroyed" or abandoned. Not cool, guys, not cool. [Gawker]

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