Friday Footnotes: Guanxi; Millennials and Their Taxes; Dewey Have To? | 12.04.15

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Auditor independence and guanxi [Paul Gillis]

PCAOB Disciplinary Actions: Vernon Oates; L.L. Bradford & Co.; Stein & Co.

If you can't get enough Chan-Zuckerberg takes, here's Jesse Eisinger's and Felix Salmon's response to it.

The Tax Foundation has a couple of interesting articles on Millennials and their taxes.

Prosecutors Plan to Retry Former Dewey Executives [WSJ]

Accountant convicted of evading more than £6m in tax [FT]

Chipotle sales battered by widening E. coli outbreak [Reuters]

Do You Love 'Wise-Sounding' Quotes? Surprise! You're Probably Dumb [Jezebel]

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