Boston Media Still Disrespecting KPMG

Three weeks ago, the Boston Business Journal asked its readers to vote on the most admired accounting firm in the area, just so long as it wasn't KPMG. Whether the omission of the House of Klynveld as a choice was an intended slight or a mere oversight was never learned, but today a new development may give us a clearer picture.

The Globe has clunky slideshow of the 20 top companies hiring interns and look at who sits at #9: 

There's only one firm with a "C" in its name and we all know the history of this rivalry. If the Globe knows something, they need to spill the beans.

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