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January 29, 2023

Let’s Welcome Ernst & Young CEO-elect Mark Weinberger to Twitter, Everybody

M. Dubs broke his Twitter cherry on a Saturday:

This is only the second major accounting firm CEO to be on the Twits with ex-Deloitte global chief Jim Quigley being the first. Barry Salzberg disappointed all of us who were hoping he would assume the @deloitteceo handle, and there's no sign of CEO Twitter activity from either KPMG or PwC.

In the meantime, we'll keep close tabs on MW's Twitter activity. Unless he starts spoiling either Mad Men or Game of Thrones for us. That will guarantee an unfollow.

[@Mark_Weinberger]

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