So says an analysis of PCAOB inspection report data:
This just in:
Following the news that the IT Advisory group could possibly force some professionals into the underperforming category, I had the following text message exchange yesterday with a source at KPMG that I'll refer to here as Rudy.
Sabirhan Hasanoff will have a few years (or maybe a decade or so!) to think about his choices:
A tipster informs us that attrition for the IT advisory group was not as high as expected, which poses a bit of a dilemma:
After getting a tip, we've confirmed with a source inside the firm that PwC made 165 employees' day on Friday.
Saving the best for last, right?
Apparently some IT professionals were recently informed that their services were no longer needed:
Dan Black is Ernst & Young's Director of Campus Recruiting and yesterday, Forbes gave him the chance to say whatever he wanted about E&Y's campus recruiting efforts. Seriously, they should have just let him write a blog post.
The beginning of a comeback?