PwC’s Houston office will be donating a total of $75,000 to four Houston-based nonprofit organizations, funded through grants from the PwC Charitable Foundation.
The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy’s Center for the Public Trust is launching a Student Ethical Leadership Certification Program.
The American Institute of CPAs announced that applications for the Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop are now being accepted.
Thirty employees of Irvine, Calif.-based accounting firm White Nelson Diehl Evans participated in an event Jan. 17 supporting Santa Ana-based nonprofit Women Helping Women/Men2Work.
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The fact remains that when CPAs and accountants hear the word “sales,” they tend to run away as fast as possible yet when providers and vendors to the profession hear the same word, they see opportunities to meet their monthly or quarterly quotas.
The American Institute of CPAs announced that Judith H. O’Dell was honored with its Special Recognition Award for her work to create changes for private company financial reporting standards.
The American Institute of CPAs has awarded the 2013 Personal Financial Planning Distinguished Service Award to Ted Sarenski, president and CEO of Blue Ocean Strategic Capital in Syracuse, N.Y.
Becker Professional Education has announced its second annual Newton D. Becker Scholarship Program awarding more than $200,000 in financial assistance to CPA candidates.
On Thursday, Deloitte CEO Barry Salzberg and Owen Ryan, CEO of Deloitte’s AERS Advisory practice, were scheduled to join the President and First Lady for a day-long summit at the White House focused on increasing college opportunity for low-income and disadvantaged students.
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