EY Still Bleeding Audit Clients

As mentioned this morning, BDO did pretty well last year, winning net 40 new SEC audit clients in 2014. The firm actually won a total of 54 new engagements, slightly more than 1 new client a week. That's...
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Digital Disruption’s Unglamourous Side: Digital Governance

Most global enterprises look to digital transformation as the only way to remain competitive. They also view it as an opportunity to increase multi-channel customer engagement while reducing IT infrastructure...
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Accounting News Roundup: BDO Big Audit Winner in 2014; Big 4 Business Model Post-Overtime Settlement; Telling Employees to Stay Home | 02.27.15

BDO Sweeps 2014 Audit Clients [AT]Two years in a row Bravo Delta Oscar has snagged the most new SEC audit clients. They increased by net 40, with 54 total new engagements. Here's Wayne Berson: "Organically,...
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Memo to CPA Exam Candidates: Don’t Park in the Tow Away Zone at Prometric

Over the years, we've shared several CPA exam horror stories ranging from shameful idiocy to prison yard shanking level asshattery. For example, there was the person trapped in Prometric for 6 hours due...
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The New Age of Intranets: Publishing and Content

The evolution of intranets is happening even as you read this. Last month we took a look at the role planning and corporate communications play in this New Age of Intranets. Today we’ll...
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Actually, Everyone Knows That Having Two Monitors Is Super Boss

Today in this isn't news news. You may not know it but having two screens is super boss — Life at Deloitte AU (@AuDeloittian) February 26, 2015 This is Life at Deloitte Down Under, which may explain...
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The Monthly Close: Another Accountant Who Didn’t Get Laid

The books on January are closed and it's time to review the best stories from last month with your favorite Utah chuckleheads.  If you need a refresher on the stories from January'smonthly close, here...
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Blame the C-Suite for Your Failed SharePoint Project

About two out of three organizations complain their SharePoint projects have stalled (26 percent) or failed to live up to their expectations (37 percent). And it gets worse, according to new AIIM research....
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#TBT: Barry Melancon, The Most Hated Man in Accounting

2002 wasn't exactly a fantastic year for accounting. Arthur Andersen had just been convicted of obstruction of justice in the wake of Enron's collapse. That whole Sarbanes-Oxley thing happened. And, of...
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Accounting News Roundup: Whistleblower Dissuasion; A History of Spreadsheets; Edible Coffee Cups | 02.26.15

SEC Probes Companies’ Treatment of Whistleblowers [WSJ]The Commission is hearing all kinds of stories about whistleblower dissuasion and is asking for NDAs, employment contracts, etc.: "Some of these...
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