Friday Footnotes: Lawyers Sue Deloitte; Google’s CFO Hunt; A Lost Lotto Ticket | 03.13.15

Ed. note: Sad to report that today is Adrienne's last day at Going Concern. She's been a huge part of the GC community since the beginning and she will be sorely missed.

Deloitte sued for $384 million in lawyer class action [TS]

AutoNation drops chief accounting officer [AN]

Charlotte accountant wins first round in SEC case [CO]
 
Google’s CFO Hunt Likely to Be Broad, Global, Recruiters Say [CFOJ]
 
Friday the 13th Movies, Ranked [Kotaku]
 
Stupid Idiot Lost His $1 Million Winning Lottery Ticket [Gawker

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