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Deloitte to appeal Livent trial judgment

Deloitte LLP is appealing the $85.6-million trial judgment won by Livent in an Ontario court earlier this month.

On April 4, Arthur Gans of the Ontario Court of Superior Justice ruled that Deloitte failed to meet the duty of care it owed to Livent because auditors failed to detect fraud at the theatre producer in the late 1990s. 308 more words

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How big data drives successful practices in HR

It’s come to light in recent years that there’s a significant gap in corporate human resources – there are some companies that have wholeheartedly embraced the power of modern technology, and some that as yet, have failed to do so. 474 more words

Transformative Technology

M’sia O&G sector poised for massive growth

Dateline 2014-03-12, The Star:

Deloitte’s O&G (oil and gas) experts say Malaysia’s O&G sector will see between RM26bil and RM30bil in mergers and acquisitions, as well as RM22bil in capital spending on projects, this year.

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Malaysia

Employee Engagement 2.0 - A Holistic View of Engagement in Today's Workplace Environment

Statistics show that 78% of business leaders rate employee retention and engagement as critical or important to the success of their business. Organizations are looking for new and different ways to understand and improve employee or… 496 more words

Vince Liuzzi

Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 13 Apr 2014

Ernst & Young, PwC, and KPMG all had an eventful ride on the carousel this week, with each involved in a number of changes. Deloitte, for the most part, sat on the sidelines.  184 more words

Auditor Changes

What's Your Philanthropic Super Power?

Superman can fly and has amazing strength. Spiderman can glide across the city with his web. Batman has stealth and a lot of cool gadgets. These superheroes have their own specific skills that keep the cities they live in safe from crime. 802 more words

Feedback Matters

In one respect the legal system has ceased working.  It takes too long.  It is like running in molasses.  People cannot wait forever for either validation or dismissal of their actions.  515 more words

Don Shaughnessy