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Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 19 Apr 2015

PwC noticeably absent from this week’s list. Not up for a ride on the carousel? 2nd tier firms BDO, Grant Thornton, and even Moss Adams managed to take audit clients from KPMG or Deloitte this week. 120 more words

Auditor Changes

Life As An Intern

I’m not even 21 yet and I’ve started my internship on the 16th of March 2015. Today, I’ve ended my internship ; closing 5 weeks of spending 9 hours a day in a corporate office. 370 more words

MISM Student Maria Yacaman Tees Off

With lush green fairways set against the red-rock backdrop of southern Utah, Entrada Golf Course in St. George is Maria Yacaman’s favorite place to tee off. 489 more words

2015 Winter

Perimeter Security is Failing & No Longer Effective

Gemalto has today released the latest findings of the 2015 Data Security Confidence Index (DSCI).

The report reveals a widening gap emerging between the perception and the reality of perimeter security effectiveness amongst global IT decision makers. 673 more words

Featured

Hacked Businesses Seen As Bad Investment

A cyber attack could cost a business its investor backing, according to new figures revealed today.  A survey of Global institutional investors by KPMG found that 79 percent of investors would be discouraged from investing in a business that has been hacked.  471 more words

Featured

All It’s Cracked Up to Be

Tell us about a time when everything actually turned out exactly as you’d hoped.

“I hope I’ll graduate with Latin honors,” I said to myself. I did what was humanly possible for me. 565 more words

Daily Post

Big4 Auditor Changes week ending 12 Apr 2015

Foundation Medicine is being acquired by Roche. EY resigned this week as Foundation’s auditor because, “Ernst & Young performs certain non-audit services for Roche…and, as such, has determined that it may cease to qualify as “independent” from the Company.”  Audits are nice, but consulting is less risky and more profitable. 82 more words

Auditor Changes