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Friday Footnotes: EY Loses; Acquistions; An Audit Partner Hero | 11.13.15

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Ernst & Young Loses Trial Over Audits Linked to Madoff [Bloomberg]

Plante Moran audit partner pulled a man from a car engulfed in smoke. [PM]

BDO acquires CEA, LLP. [BDO]

Marcum acquires Frost Ruttenberg [CPAPA]

CliftonLarsonAllen acquires KFMR Katz Ferraro McMurtry [CPAPA]

Busy Thanksgiving airports. [Lifehacker]

Post Office earnings. [CFO]

Was There Really a Good Old Days of Accounting? [Dinsen Tax]

Public to Private; Back to Public; Back to Private? [Open Items]

Must-have coffee cups [Imgur via r/accounting]

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