Accounting News Roundup: BDO CEO Expects More Consolidation; An Accountant Can’t Stay Out of Trouble; Jets for Pets | 12.02.14

10 Investment Firms Sign On to IASB Feedback Program [CFOJ]
Not a small feat since the Board has "always had difficulty" getting feedback, according to one board member.

China Sunergy Announces Selection of Grant Thornton as New Auditor [China Sunergy]
The company dumped Deloitte "as a part of the implementation of the new management's company-wide expense reduction plan."

BDO Revenue Rises Almost 9% on Growth in the U.S. and China [CFOJ]
ICYMI. Also, the firm's Global CEO Martin van Roekel "[expects] mid-tier auditors to consolidate until there are just two or three global networks."

House Likely to Revive Tax Breaks Through 2014, Lawmaker Says [Bloomberg]
WTG, Congress.

City of Hattiesburg accountant jailed again [WDAM]
At first I thought, "Again?" Then the article states that he was arrested for "possession of methamphetamine," and I thought, "Oh. That seems about right then."

Luxury Jets Pamper Pets With Pilaf, Room to Roam: Globetrotter [Bloomberg]
OFFS.

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