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November 28, 2022

Friday Footnotes: Recovering From Work Outbursts; Auditors and Shoes; Words to Eliminate | 05.08.15

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This is what CEOs give (and get) on Mother's Day [Fortune]

Recovering from an Emotional Outburst at Work [HBR]

‘Game of Thrones’ Leadership Lessons for the Office [Speakeasy/WSJ]

Tesla's Battery Grabbed $800 Million in Its First Week [Bloomberg]

"These auditors are tying things out just for the sake of doing more work. They'd tie their shoelaces together to test the existence of both their feet." [r/accounting]

Federal Tobacco Tax Revenues are Declining [Tax Foundation]

Comcast Says Customer Must Sign Non-Disclosure Agreement To Get $600 Refund [Consumerist]

5 Words You Need to Eliminate From Your Vocabulary to Sound Smarter [The Muse]

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