Friday Footnotes: Questions for the CFTC; Big 4 Partner to CFO; An Ode to Tax Season | 01.22.16

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Senate committee chairman asks CFTC to explain major accounting error [Reuters]

Why Doesn’t Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders? [Bloomberg]

Auditors Must Beware the Consequences of Settling SEC Enforcement Actions [Lexology]

Listeria Outbreak Linked to Dole Salads From Ohio Facility [WSJ]

How Successful People Network with Each Other [HBR]

Introspection Leads Longtime Big Four Partner to CFO Role [CFO]

On economic turf, Rams move is neither a big win for L.A. nor crushing loss for St. Louis [TaxVox]

An Ode To Tax Season: How To Bid Farewell To Your Family [Tony Nitti]

KPMG moving Buffalo office to Larkinville [TBN]

Google strikes £130m back tax deal [FT]

Building a Better Egg McMuffin [SeriousEats]

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