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  • It is the second time this year that PwC, led by chairman Ian Powell, pictured, has been referred to the Accountancy & Actuarial Discipline Board following huge fines levied on its investment banking clients.

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  • "Accountancy," He said, long after I thought he had forgotten my presence beside his seat.

    Something For The Weekend: Full-Frontal Accountancy

  • "Accountancy," He said, long after I thought he had forgotten my presence beside his seat.

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  • Most search engines can of course contain basic industry sector keywords and locations such as Accountancy, London, but be prepared to sort through 100s if not 1000s of matches.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  •  Cavendish Maine have access to all the major recruitment web sites such as Accountancy Age, GAAPWeb, Total Jobs and Monster in order to advertise vacancies and search for applicants.

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  • Damian Wild, Editor-in-Chief of VNU Business and Finance Group and responsible for magazine titles such as Accountancy Age, Financial Director and Management Consultancy, is to speak at the Strand IT Marketing Breakfast on Friday 23 June, The Savoy, London.

    Editor to speak

  • In the City of Shoreline they had to retract their highly recommended endorsement for Ron Hansen because his CPA license had been revoked by the State Board of Accountancy (ethics is one of their bugaboos) after being suspended for years.

    Potential Conflicts Between McGinn and the Council « PubliCola

  • Accountancy firm Begbies Traynor reported that amid public spending cuts companies in the north-east, north-west, Yorkshire, the Midlands, the east of England and Wales faced mounting financial pressure, while London and the south-east were getting off relatively lightly.

    Recession puts the north-south divide back on the misery map

  • A similar spike occurred at Temple University's Fox School of Business, which introduced a new Master of Accountancy this fall.

    Business School? No, Thanks

  • Today I have been re-reading two articles from Accountancy Age regarding Twitter, and the sage advice from Tweeting accountant Mark Lee could equally have been written for many similarly “boring” construction professionals:

    Twitter for boring professionals? « pwcom 2.0

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