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November 29, 2022

Wake Up! Here’s the Open Items Thread, So You Can Talk About Anything You Want

It's not even 2 pm on the east coast, which means some of you are running out of gas on this Friday.

But hopefully the chance to talk about whatever you want will pull you through the rest of the day. 

However, if you work at McGladrey or PwC, and want to talk about compensation, we humbly suggest you join those discussions rather than try to start them here. Also, lots of people are still emailing us about the EY shirtless men thing, and since we were EARLY on the story, it's fallen off the radar a bit. Here it is, if you can't get enough EY!.

Wanna ask what a "junior controller" is? Do it here. Got an opinion about Eliot Spitzer running to be the next top accountant of NYC? Whatever's on your mind. Go for it.

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