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December 1, 2022

Friday Footnotes: PwC Alamo; CSC Settles; KPMG’s Ignition Center No. 2 | 06.05.15

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Pricewaterhousecoopers sets stage for San Antonio debut [SABJ]

Computer Sciences to pay $190 mln to settle accounting fraud case [Reuters]

Conquering Digital Distraction [HBR]

PwC Chair Bob Moritz: How female leaders can give Japan its mojo back [Fortune]

KPMG introduces its new high-tech 'Ignition Center' to Grand Rapids [Mlive]

The Only Way to Stop Stressing About a Task Is to Finally Start It [Lifehacker]

Larry Ellison Is Spending a Fortune to Save American Tennis [Bloomberg]

JFK passenger revived by TSA screener after choking on donut … on National Donut Day [NJ.com]

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