A Deloitte office in Canada had volunteers wear a device that tracked their every movement and their every conversation. The gadget looks and works like what you would expect if an ID badge had sex with an iPhone.
Deloitte, the largest professional services firm in the world, likes itself a little too much. It's like Mindy Kaling without the charm or clever sexual overtones.
And it's not even close!
Greg Weaver, D&T's very own version of Grover Cleveland, snagged a seat on Verizon's Board of Directors. Hopefully he didn't make too many commitments to public service that might stretch him thin like some people we know.
It's been an interesting year at Deloitte.
It was bound to happen at some point.
Promontory Financial, after threatening to sue New York's Department of Financial Services, agreed to settle with the regulator over its actions in representing Standard Chartered Bank today.
Stockholm Syndrome is in effect.
Here's someting auditors might not like: more work!
A Deloitte survey of investors, financial statement users and audit committee members found that an overwhelming majority of these people, "believe auditors should use advanced technologies more extensively in performing an audit."