Don't worry, we didn't forget the Principals, Executive Directors, and Directors.
There's no crying.
Sans caps probably.
Here's an interesting story about a fella by the name of Craig Haber. Craig became a partner at Grant Thornton in 1993. Around 2004, Craig decided to start helping himself to client fees that rightfully belonged to GT. This went on for a while.
And new business cards too!
A comfy one, probably.
For former Ernst & Young lawyers Richard Shapiro and Martin Nissenbaum, things couldn't get much better than a panel of judges overturning the convictions for your roles in selling illegal tax shelters.
Look at that face. Does it say "fearless leader" or what?
Taxpayers need a hero with a face. It's just not Patrick Cox's face.
The firm regrets to inform five percent of their employees, including "a limited number of partners," that they will soon have a lot of free time on their hands: