Friday Footnotes: Big 4 Ups and Downs in Albany; Southern Hospitality With a Twist of Fraud; Tax Extenders Live On (and On and On) | 05.29.15

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Telecommuting plays bigger role at PwC The employees of the closing Albany office can apply for other positions or telecommute. [TU]

Albany among fastest-growing markets for KPMG Maybe those PwC should try KPMG? They're adding 40 employees over the next year. [ABR]

How to get investors to hand over $40M: Southern charm [CNBC]

Why the S.E.C. Could Use Commissioners With Wall Street Experience [DealBook]

Executives Too Busy to Take Vacations [CFO]

The Perpetual, Immortal, Eternal, Never-Ending Tax Extenders [TaxVox

Become a Stronger Leader by Asking Yourself These Three Questions Maybe something for the new partners out there. [Lifehacker]

Jury deliberating in TV actor's stabbing case Poor Screech. [AP]

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