Last week we heard some interesting news from a reliable source on a shakeup that will impact the regional and leadership structure of BDO.
Former BDO CEO and wolfpack leader Denis Field has won a new trial on charges of tax fraud because a juror in his trial lied about her alcoholism and, oh...pretty much everything:
The firm has had about all the fun it can handle trying to audit Chaoda Modern Agriculture.
Grant Thornton is officially picking up BDO's Victoria and New South Wales offices in Australia for $50 million, according to reports.
It was a very quick turn around from the time we learned that the most interesting accounting firm CEO was retiring, to learning the slate of candidates to the announcement of the successor but here we are.
Today marks the day that you're pulling out brackets again that just serves as a reminder of how horrible you are at picking winners. Accordingly, we'll dive right into round two of Going Concern March Madness 2012: The Coolest Accounting Firm.
Who will fill the most interesting shoes in the accounting world?
A deckhand on Captain Jack's ship sent us a copy of an email that will either be heeded begrudgingly or completely ignored:
Warning, this post has tables.
Jack is giving up the captain's chair.