Grant Thornton LLP said that its revenues climbed 23 percent in fiscal 2004 to $565 million, up from $458 million in 2003. The Windy City firm said that revenues have soared 54 percent over the last two years.
In the past year, the firm added more than 1,000 new client engagements from former Big 4 clients. Grant Thornton focuses on serving midsized firms with between $100 million to $2 billion in annual revenues, as well as Fortune 1000 firms, primarily in non-audit services.
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