Footnotes: Accountant Nearly Dies Due to Love Triangle; Deloitte’s Cyber Warfare; KPMG Shuns Windows 8 | 08.01.14

Argentine Bonds Decline as Default Triggers $1 Billion of Swaps [Bloomberg]

'Put one in his scotch egg': Cockney accused of conspiring to murder accountant uses rhyming slang to admit he suggested shooting victim in the leg Actually, he only meant to break the guy's legs [Daily Mail]

Philly Fedhead Chuck Plosser thinks there's no reason to keep rates so low, guys [Bloomberg]

Shareholders might not make out on inversion deals [WSJ]

This might be useful information [Twitter]

Deloitte came up with a fake cyber warfare game It's definitely not a scam to get you to hire Deloitte: "Deloitte offer this as part of a wider consultancy for improving its clients resilience. A cynic might add that this is Deloitte merely using the hype around Cyber threats to increase its revenue in its risk division, however those companies that have carried out disaster recovery exercises diligently, will realise that done well there is a massive learning curve which can help with risk mitigation." [Business-Cloud]

Windows 8 is ‘too much, too quickly and too different’, says KPMG CIO "Big four" professional services firm KPMG will not move its whole business over to Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system because it is "too much, too quickly and too different", according to KPMG's CIO, Edel McGrath. [Computing]

Ignorant White People Can't Get Enough of These "Caucasians" T-Shirts [Gawker]

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