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“No blood on the leather, please”: more people are opting for Ubers, not ambulances

A study from the University of Kansas found a 7% decline in ambulance calls in areas where UberX is available. While correlation doesn’t equal causation, anecdotally, we’ve heard corroborating stories — our CEO Sam called an Uber when his appendix burst at the grocery store and was at the hospital in 10 minutes flat. And it raises an interesting point: when should you call an ambulance, and when is it just better to call an...

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Controllers Talk Switching Gears From Public Accounting to Industry

If it wasn’t for Fred Butterweck, CPA, this article may not have come to be. I was introduced to Butterweck, corporate controller of New York-based Clickspring Design, who worked for six years at PwC, via email as a potential source for the industry articles I’d be writing for Going Concern. During our email conversation, he wrote, “Not sure if you already covered the topic, but the transition from public accounting to industry...