Grant Thornton LLP reported that the firm's revenues climbed 29 percent, to $728 million, for the fiscal year ending July 31. According to the firm, the growth in its U.S. operations was the largest stateside increase for any of the global accounting organizations.

"Growth is a natural outcome of quality service," said chief executive Edward Nusbaum, in a statement. "I'm proud of our people -- in truly living our guiding principles, in their demonstration of thought leadership to the accounting profession, in their continued ability to provide independent, quality services to mid-cap, small-cap and privately-held clients, and in their increasing success in providing non-audit services to Fortune 1000 clients."

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