We're still preoccupied with our project, so here is another encore column from the past. We chose it because of April's earth-shattering revelation that Scott London, the KPMG partner who used to head up the Los Angeles office's audit practice, knowingly released information to a friend who used it to make millions of dollars illegally. London's story came out slowly, first reporting that he made nothing and then something, and next came a video of a clandestine meeting in a parking lot showing him taking an envelope filled with cash.
The Spirit of Accounting: The Contribution of Educators to the Fall of the Accounting Profession
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