PwC Fined $7M for Audit Independence Violations
The SEC says the firm improperly worked on non-audit services including financial software projects for audit clients.
PwC Fined Over Audit Failure
The company was fined $5.8 million over its audit of technology firm Redcentric.
PwC to Restructure U.K. Audit Practice
Amid growing pressure from regulators, the firm announced plans for a significant transformation of its audit business.
Machine-Driven Enforcement and Wrestling with Clouds
Are ever-growing compliance costs just the price of admission to the global economy?
Private Companies Grow Anxious Over Global Demand
Views of demand for products and services are dramatically different than they were a year ago, a study shows.
PwC Hires More Companies’ Tax Teams
In the latest deal under the professional services firm's "insourcing" managed-service strategy, most of Synchrony's tax department is now on its payroll.
Accounting Watchdog Finds Ongoing Problems at KPMG
The PCAOB’s criticism came in its 2017 inspection report for the firm.
An Action Plan for Artificial Intelligence in 2019
AI is supposed to make things easier, but businesses intending to make hay with the technology face a load of challenges ahead.
Auditing: Time for an Adjustment?
Keeping the auditor-client relationship free of conflicts of interest is still a struggle.
Boards Sharpen Focus on Social Issues
Directors increasingly see matters such as resource scarcity, human rights, and income inequality as important components of strategy discussions.
What’s Up with M&A in the Age of Tax Reform?
While M&A activity is strong this year, quantifying how much of it is driven by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires a nuanced analysis.