CALIFORNIABianchi, Lorincz, Huey, Hudson & Co. LLP and Kasavan & Pope LLP have joined to form Bianchi, Kasavan & Pope LLP, Monterey, Salinas, Hollister and Morgan Hill. ... JGD & Associates, San Diego, received the Excellence in the Workplace Award at the San Diego Small Business Awards.
The Deloitte Foundation, Wilton, and the American Accounting Association have named the winners of the 2007 Deloitte/AAA Wildman Medal: Professor Vivien Beattie, of the University of Glasgow; and Professors Stella Fearnley and Richard Brandt, of the University of Portsmouth, all in the U.K. In addition, the foundation and the American Taxation Association announced that Dr. Mary Margaret Frank, of the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, had received the 2007 Deloitte/ATA Teaching Innovation Award.
CPAmerica International, Alachua, announced that four new firms have joined the network: Anglin • Reichmann • Snellgrove & Armstrong PC, Huntsville, Ala.; Packer Thomas, Youngstown, Ohio; Donaldson, Holman & West PC, Birmingham, Ala.; and Harper & Pearson Co. PC, Houston.
Huron Consulting Group Inc., Chicago, has acquired Callaway Partners LLC, Atlanta, for $60 million.
Grant Thornton LLP, Chicago, admitted 38 new partners and principals to the firm.
The Foundation for Applied Research of the Institute of Management Accountants, Montvale, has created the Siegel Award for Applied Research in memory of Gary Siegel, to recognize the most significant FAR-funded research project. ... ACSB LLP has joined Parker Randall International as its initial U.S. member, and partner Maurice Berkower has been appointed to the Board of Directors as vice president of the U.S. and Canada region.
The KPMG Foundation has awarded 10 new $10,000 KPMG Minority Doctoral Scholarships to Rudy Arriaga, Paul Bissah, Mashona Cole, George Gonzalez, Eric Gooden, Stacy Hawkins, Oluwakemi Onwuchedwa, Robert Marley, Nicole McCoy and Shani Robinson.
Barnes Dennig, Cincinnati, received the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility as part of the When Work Works project of the Families and Work Institute, the Institute for a Competitive Workforce and the Twiga Foundation.
The Virginia Society of CPAs and its Educational Foundation presented the Virginia Tech Hokie Spirit Fund with a contribution in the amount of $2,620.
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