Bloomberg reported yesterday that one of the ex-PwC employees responsible for LuxLeaks "was actually looking for training documents when he stumbled upon the files."
And because this is 2016, he tweeted it:
You may have heard that it's a presidential election year. And perhaps you've heard that one of the candidates is a carnival barker that spray tans with Krylon Pumpkin Orange.
In case you hadn't heard, the nominees for this year's Academy Awards acting categories are even less diverse than the accounting profession. That's quite an accomplishment!
These days, you hear more and more about people juggling multiple projects at once. You know, a day job, the moonlighting gig, a passion project, the "I was just fucking around and it became a thing" thing, among others.
How big? According to PwC's legal services leader in Australia and Asia, a top 20 in the world will do:
Auditing is a big deal in the accounting world, especially at Big 4 firms.
PwC chairman and senior partner Bob Moritz spoke at the Detroit Economic Club yesterday and his message was simple: stop hating on Millennials.
In its quest to recruit all the Millennials, PwC recently announced that it will pay $100 a month on its staff's student loans for up to 6 years.
Well, we better talk about this PwC loan assistance thing, hadn't we?