Because some people still care, here are the accounting firms that made the 2012 Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For:
Yesterday afternoon, a couple dozen people occupied the lobby at PwC's Washington, D.C. office for around 30 minutes. Things didn't get too exciting...
The Indian Enron fuckshow otherwise known as Satyam has seemingly been in our lives since before Adrienne had tattoos.
Want a laugh? Check out PwC's Gender Agenda blog.
Continuing with the theme of, "It's the end of the year so we have to compile posts that remind us of how bad it was," we're offering up nominees for accountant of the year.
Those are not Going Concern prices.
Today in partners ditching their firm for PwC news, Gary Wilson, a 20-year Grant Thornton veteran and managing partner of the Irvine, California office will join PwC on January 5th.
A "Senior Associate" who was not impressed with the firm's effort tipped us to an ad in today's Journal.
According to our inquisitor, there was supposed to be word of a little holiday cheer pre-Hanukkah:
His name is Zack Capozzi, he went to Notre Dame (John Veihmeyer wanted this kid bad) and "is developing new business initiative for PwC using predictive analytics."