In case you missed the news earlier this month, all of the PCAOB reports are out for the Big 4's 2015 cycle of inspections. What schadenfreude awaits us? Let’s take a look.
While I was on the road last week, a thread from r/accounting dropped into my inbox: Big 4 Bay Area office thought it would be a good idea to screw seniors with one of the worst raises since 2008.
The benefits to working for a Big 4 firm can be embarrassing sometimes.
Ding. Ding. Are you ready for Round 2? It’s the second annual #AuditorProud day.
James Ulvog published an excellent post this morning that puts the size of the Big 4 into some context. Some of them you've likely heard us mention before:
Ever since Andersen went down for the dirt nap (and probably before that), observers of the accounting profession have worried about the shrinking number of large accounting firms.
“They’re coming – for your job.”
Sometimes I get the impression that the Big 4 don’t fully appreciate what the PCAOB’s supposed to do as a regulator.
Cue Willie Nelson.