Footnotes: More on UK’s Re-Tendering; Office Picnic Survival; A ‘KISS’ Auditor’s Report | 08.05.13

Auditor Re-Tender Every Five Years? Concentration in the UK Gets a Fresh Squeeze [Re:Balance]

AICPA asks Congress to block change in DOL fiduciary rule for ESOP appraisers [JofA]

Speakeasy, a WSJ blog, discusses "toxic" co-workers, but it's really about bullying. We discussed it here, also. [WSJ] 

How to Survive the Office Picnic No keg stands is a good start. [WSJ]

Washington Post to be sold to Jeff Bezos $250 million in cash is all it took. [WaPo]

A New Audit Report? No…Auditor Accountability! Tony Catanach wants audit reports to "keep it simple, stupid." [GOA, Earlier]

Growth in State Tax Collections (2001-2011) [Tax Foundation]

Cyclist Cramps Up During Interview, Hilarity Ensues [Deadspin]

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