Ernst and Young
SEC Making Some Seriously Ominous Noises About Auditor Independence
If the Big Four didn’t like giving up their Russian affiliates, imagine how they’ll feel about having to give up the consulting businesses.
There Are All Sorts Of Things Accountants Can Do With Inside Information
It’s not always insider-trading, but it is apparently often improper all the same.
Accounting Firms Should Do Better Job Of Detecting Fraud, Says Accounting Firm Doing A Terrible Job Of Detecting Fraud
EY would prefer not to embarrass itself quite so spectacularly again.
Commerz, Deutsche Money Management Arm Fire Auditor In Case They Decide To Sue It
Anyone can audit them, but there’s only one auditor they’re thinking about suing.
Hedge Funds Are Dying, Vol. 873,921: ‘Twas The P.E. Firms With Their SRI Products In The Institutional Allocations Room
No one tell Leon Cooperman that Steve Schwarzman is eating his lunch.
Ernst & Young Auditors Got "Too Close To Clients On A Personal Level," If Ya Know What The SEC Means WINK WINK
It means doing the hibbidy-dibbidy (and attending football games).