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October 2, 2023

Friday Footnotes: KPMG Legal; Elevator Pleasantries; China’s Killer Drivers | 09.04.15

That's it for us, capital market defenders. Enjoy the long weekend (with apologies to some of the tax folks). A reminder that Open Items is never closed, so submit your questions, rants and accounting ballads if the urge strikes. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

KPMG legal beats £10m revenue target in first year [The Lawyer]

Williamson County: IRS agent charged with sexual battery [Tennessean]

Why You Should Always Say "Hello" In The Elevator [LinkedIn]

Peoria Settles Suit Over Parody Twitter Account That Mocked Mayor [NYT]

Why Drivers in China Intentionally Kill the Pedestrians They Hit [Slate]

Why do traffic jams sometimes form for no reason? [Vox]

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