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In this issue:  Too big to fail, cyberwar, and king Richard
III's remains.

HBS Working Knowledge ponders whether the 'Big Four' audit
firms are too big to fail.  For over a decade, there have
been articles and op-eds in the popular and business press
arguing that the auditing industry, currently dominated by
Deloitte & Touche, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and PwC, is a
tightening oligopoly, increasingly insulated from the risks
of failure.

  E-Discovery Improved

IEEE Spectrum says workweek creep is turning leisure into
weisure.  Social media is just the latest technological
assault on our free time, and on our language.
Information Today warns that a cyberwar has been brewing and
although you might view this battle as governments going
head to head in a shadow fight, experts say the battleground
is shifting from government entities to the private sector,
to civilian targets that provide many essential services to
U.S. citizens.

---King Richard III---
Chemistry World reports that the mortal remains of England's
battle king Richard III have been found, bringing to a close
a mystery that has puzzled scholars for centuries. 
Analytical tests on a skeleton found under a Leicester car
park have confirmed the last resting place of the final king
in the Plantagenet line.

An AskMen author says he has dreamed of going to the Super
Bowl his entire life, but had never thought about what it
would actually feel like to attend.
Sports Central recaps Super Bowl XLVII.  The 49ers had one
of the league's best defenses in 2012, ranking 2nd in fewest
points allowed (17.1/game). But they began to crack late in
the season, yielding 34 to the Patriots (Week 15), 42 to the
Seahawks (Week 16), 31 to the Packers (divisional playoff),
and finally 34 to the Ravens.