Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

We Posted Open Items, You Won’t Believe What Happens Next

OK, I'm joking with that stupid headline. This isn't Upworthy or whatever viral aggregator du jour is cluttering up your Facebook newsfeed with nonsense headlines like that.

I've really got nothing pending, although I do want to let you all know that as promised a few weeks back, we have something super exciting up our sleeve for you guys. You should be seeing it early next week if all goes as planned and I truly hope this meets your needs.

Is anyone totally excited for the new season of RuPaul's Drag Race? How about them [insert team here]? Cold outside, innit? And boy, that Scott London guy was a real jerk, wasn't he?

Any other important topics of discussion may be presented in the comments, so have it, kiddos!


Latest Accounting Jobs--Apply Now:

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Comments are closed.

Related articles

old man giving thumbs down

Former Partner Who Got His Says Aussie Government Should Stop Using Outside Consultants

*not the actual partner in photo The PwC tax scandal (AFR coverage) has brought to light the government’s liberal use of outside consultants (that’s “liberal” as in “a lot” not the political leaning so spare the comments) and amplified the voices of people who believe the government should be doing a lot of this work […]

Businessman with carton head bullied by fingers. isolated on white background

Finally Having Something to Roast Them About, KPMG CEO Takes This Opportunity to Talk Sh*t About PwC

A quickie from Sydney Morning Herald on yesterday’s Senate committee hearing in which KPMG Australia CEO Andrew Yates took the opportunity to throw some barbs at PwC while he has the chance: KPMG boss Andrew Yates publicly rebuked PwC for the tax scandal that is impacting the entire multibillion-dollar financial consulting industry while apologising for […]