EY Tops Big 4 Las Vegas Firms in Hindering Its Advisory Business Growth

In this day and age of professional service firm trends, it's strange to see an announcement that highlights the audit business in the lead paragraph: 
[On Monday] Ernst & Young LLP’s Las Vegas office celebrates its 10th anniversary. Since its opening here in 2003, it has become the nation’s largest fully integrated gaming and hospitality practice, leading the Big Four professional services organizations in auditing 68 percent of U.S. public company gaming operators in Las Vegas. In recognition of the office’s anniversary, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman declared Nov. 4, 2013 “EY Day” in the city.
I suppose the declaration of an official day, even in Las Vegas, is worth mentioning.
 
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