Accounting News Roundup: Behind Grant Thornton’s Unlimited PTO; PwC’s Creative Side; Crowdfunding and CPAs | 10.08.15

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Inside Grant Thornton’s decision to offer unlimited paid time off [TCO]

Ithaca accountant accused in $10 million investment fraud scheme [Syracuse.com]

Former SEC Division of Trading and Markets executive, Gregg Berman, joins EY [EY]

PwC Pushes Further Into Design, Digital Business [WSJ]

BDO managing partner eschews Big Four consulting strategy [Accountancy Age]

Here's why CFOs almost never get promoted directly to CEO [BI]

Hatch, Wyden Probe Volkswagen on Federal Tax Credits [Senate Finance via TaxVox]

Blackstone in $39 Million SEC Settlement [WSJ]

Crowdfunding brings new opportunities for CPAs [JofA]

Beyonce buys The Big Lebowski mansion [EW]

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