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December 8, 2022

Footnotes: Olympus in Court; Back to DeloitteU; A Better Resignation Letter Than Whatever You Have Planned; | 09.13.13

Olympus in court for allegedly misleading EY auditors [Accountancy Age]

Rep. Joseph J. DioGuardi (R-N.Y.) tries to make a case for "accrual accounting in Washington." [The Hill]

Dreaming about the brisket, no doubt.

Sherwood Anderson wrote the best resignation letter ever in 1918. [Brain Pickings]

Eight in Ten U.S. Households Pay Social Security and Medicare Taxes [TaxVox]

Why Lehman Wasn’t Rescued [NYT]

There's No Getting Around It: The New Chipotle Ad Is Amazing [Gawker]

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