Hertz’s Accounting Errors Get Worse, Could Get Worser

Crappy car rental company Hertz's accounting problems are worse than they thought.

The total errors found are up to $183 million, an additional $30 million more than previously reported.

On top of that, the company says it's, "still reviewing the figures," that more changes are NOT out of the question, and those "changes may be significant."  

Continued best wishes to the poor souls still dealing with this. At least Memorial Day weekend is close! 

[WSJ]  

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