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  • PwC Minneapolis donates $90,000 via youth education campaign

    PwC announced today that its Minneapolis branch has donated $90,000 to four local non-profit organizations, made possible by grants from the PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. The grants work in tandem with the professional services firm's Earn Your Future campaign - a program dedicated to addressing youth education through a combination of donations and skills-based volunteer programs across the country. Read more »

  • AICPA taking input on next CPA Exam

    In response to an ever-changing workplace, and to ensure relevancy for the current generation of test-takers, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) is inviting key stakeholders to give their input on the Uniform CPA Examination, shaping the next exam directly via their feedback. Read more »

  • WATCH: HORNE LLP revamp firm culture in 'The HORNE Identity' trailer

    Ridgeland, Mississippi accounting firm HORNE LLP is fed up - not with a person, pesky law, or another company (thankfully). Rather, the $67 million firm is setting its sights on the formalities of accounting firm culture, going so far as producing a nearly six-minute trailer for "The HORNE Identity: Connect the Dots"; a cinematic take on HORNE's anti-traditional views in a rapidly-changing workplace. Read more »

  • Husson University alumnus donates Center for Financial Technology

    Today will mark the opening of Husson University's Ronan Center for Financial Technology on the school's Bangor, Me. campus, made possible by the donations of alumnus Bob Ronan and his wife, Linda. Read more »

  • AICPA announces 2014 Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop graduates

    The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has announced the 2014 graduates of its Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop (ASLW) program. Read more »

  • New Mexico State University reveals $15K accounting scholarship

    New Mexico State University revealed a $15K accounting scholarship courtesy of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, according to a recent online statement from the school. Read more »