After a jury ruled in Deloitte’s favor in a lawsuit that could’ve cost them $850 million, the firm said it was “gratified” by the verdict and “committed to conducting audits of the highest quality.”
As you know all too well, the performance evaluation process of most accounting firms is none too pleasant. Some might call it "frustrating," "awful," "hell," or "consistently the most humiliating aspect of my job," among other things.
Leaving the toilet seat up? Eating the last slice of pizza? Not cleaning up after his dog? Taking candy from a baby? Manspreading on the subway? Watching Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Chewing with his mouth open?
Deloitte, proud owner of Texas's #1 all-you-can eat buffet, Deloitte University, knows that they need to take care their valuable facility. Therefore, it behooves the firm to show proper support for the local fire department:
Or the ocean, obviously.
And he has the AICPA's blessing.
One of the many services we provide around here is to read boring interviews with the leaders of the accounting profession. No need to thank us, it's part of the job.
That sounds hard.
This better be good.
Mainly because they can't, legally.