Now that it's fall, many public accounting professionals have been rewarded for all the hard work they put in last year. Some people are happy, some people are sad and everyone is still thinking, "I don't get paid enough for this shit."
Ding. Ding. Are you ready for Round 2? It’s the second annual #AuditorProud day.
In 2011, Going Concern speculated about potential issues with internal controls at Wells Fargo that prompted the then CFO, Howard Atkins, to abandon ship.
Plus, Perrigo's impressive use of adjusted earnings, Vice sues for you-know-who's tax returns, speeding in a DeLorean and more.
Probably a good call.
Resistance is futile.
Thomas Avent, KPMG's Southeast region partner-in-charge of mergers and acquisitions is in a bit of trouble.
Well, this is something? Switzerland's Federal Audit Oversight Authority ("FAOA") will be kicking the tires on KPMG's audit of corruption factory/sports organization FIFA.
KPMG is standing by their golfing man.
Our luck probably isn't that good.