Footnotes: Big 4 West Side Story; Do The Right Thing; Lehmaversary | 09.30.14

Ernst & Young Settles Over Audits of Sino-Forest, Second Chinese Company And it only cost them $7.2 million CAD. Good thing they can afford it. [WSJ]

What to Do When the Wrong Answer Seems Right An ethical dilemma [NASBA Center for the Public Trust]

And then this happened [Twitter]

Would you want your clients knowing exactly how many steps you take in a day? [Fast Co]

Revisiting the Lehman Brothers Bailout That Never Was You should read this [NYT]

Oklahoma district court rejects IRS tax credit rule [WaPo]

 

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