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December 2, 2022

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DeAndre Jordan: A Slam Dunk Recruiting Case Study

Earlier this week, one of the wackiest free agency circuses in NBA history occurred. I realize this is an accounting website, so many of you probably don’t have even the faintest idea what I’m talking about. I will summarize it for you. Last Friday, Los Angeles Clippers star basketball player DeAndre Jordan verbally accepted an […]

KPMG Insider: Partners Feel Betrayed By Scott London’s Actions

Ed. note: This post was written exclusively for Going Concern by a KPMG veteran employee that wished to remain anonymous. 

Let me start by saying I barely know Scott London. I emailed him a couple of times. I may have met him once in person (obviously it didn’t leave much of an impression). That was the extent of my interaction with him. In that limited time he seemed like a nice enough guy but that’s all I know about him. That statement was echoed by a few people I know who did work with him when this story broke. The general consensus was that it sucks that this happened to a nice guy.