Way back in 2008, a small hiccup in the United States financial system brought upon by an even smaller hiccup in the U.S. housing market led to the mild threat of the collapse of the world economy.
Michael Rapoport reports in the Wall Street Journal on the waning James Doty era at the PCAOB and that he will probably exit with unfinished business:
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.
A large part of any accountant's job is to write boring answers to boring questions.
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:
“They’re coming – for your job.”
Maybe "listening misery" is more appropriate.
Monday marks the first day of summer so I suppose we should salute the young men and women who will invade accounting firms for the next couple of months.