Footnotes: KPMG Poaching Lawyers; Accountant-Client Privilege; Deloitte Digital’s Hackathon | 10.15.14

Lame meetings aren't just awful, they are also expensive [Quartz]

IFRS Foundation Debuts Online Tools for IFRS Content Oh goodie [AT]

Netflix shares down 26% as subscribers disappoint [CNBC]

The Supreme Court of Illinois will tackle the important issue of accountant-client privilege [Sedgwick LLP]

Bank of America Made $168 Million Last Quarter, More or Less [Bloomberg View]

Deloitte Digital to stage capital markets hackathon That sounds a lot worse than it actually is [Finextra]

KPMG takes rest of Maddocks’ tax controversy team KPMG is poaching lawyers now [Lawyers Weekly]

Furious Camel Bites American to Death in Mexico Over Can of Coca-Cola It happens [Gawker]

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