And the firms will keep acting coy, surely.
Last month, the PCAOB released its 2011 inspection report for PwC. With a 41% deficiency rate for the 60 audits inspected, it's safe to assume that the firm wishes it could have put up a better number.
The House of Hanson is a skeptical one.
Just understand that "be happy" means "have a conniption fit" and "term limits" means "auditor rotation."
The new and improved PCAOB needs you.
These guys aren't really helping McGladrey overcome that reputation of theirs, are they?
We're #1 (for now)!!
Let's be serious about this.
Don't get all handsy, PCAOB.