Accounting firm Grant Thornton reported that its 2007 revenues increased 14.4 percent, to $1.075 billion.

In the past year, the firm has opened new offices in St. Louis, San Diego and San Antonio as well as an India Tax and Business Services Gateway.

"Our growth is the direct result of the quality of our people," said Grant Thornton CEO Edward Nusbaum (pictured) in a statement. "Our goals are to continue providing outstanding, independent service to clients, and speaking out on issues that are of importance to the profession, our people and investors."

Grant Thornton has also unveiled a new brand, logo and Web site for Grant Thornton International and its member firms. Visitors can browse through service offerings in different countries on the site and get access to experts from various service lines and industries.

The new Grant Thornton logo is purple and is based on the Mobius strip, a continuous twisted band with a three-dimensional look.

The firm is in the process of adding the new branding and logo to its articles, marketing pieces, event materials and signage. Grant Thornton plans to launch the new branding with an advertising campaign aimed at print, radio and TV.

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