Have you commented on the PCAOB Concept Release suggesting auditor rotation? Others have, and you can read them here. Former FASB Chair Denny Beresford, a group including Shyam Sunder, and Ernst & Young have sent in comment letters.
Brad Spitzer is part is part of the financial establishment. Candice M. Giove of the New York Post, though, has caught him in an oops moment. She reports in, “Occupy Wall Street protesters stay at $700-a-night hotel,” that Deloitte analyst Brad Spitzer has been taking part on Occupy Wall Street protests and adding his pricey digs to his Deloitte expense report. Talk about a two-fer. Isn’t an indiscretion like this grounds for termination with hard feelings?
Thanks to Caleb Newquist of Going Concern for the tip.
An interesting essay on, “The Value Of Writing A LinkedIn Profile That’s Different From Your Resume.” Maybe I’ve been ahead of the crowd, but for the past 3-4 years I’ve had summaries to introduce each section of my resume (AlbrechtVita_2011-10-17). I add my philosophies, intentions, likes and dislikes.
David Coursey has a nice article at Forbes, “25 “Worst Passwords” Of 2011 Revealed.” None of my passwords made the list. If you want a suggestion for a difficult-to-hack password, try this:
Alex Planes of The Motley Fool paints a depressing landscape of the future in, “The Next Economic Revolution.”
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht