Accounting News Roundup: Boomerang Auditors and Another Cloud Accounting Startup | 08.24.15

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The August stock slide, explained [Vox]
Right or wrong, as Greg once said, people expect you to know this crap.

Deloitte partners share £593m profit pool as consultancy revenues surge [The Guardian]
The UK firm's partners earned an average of £822k, up 10% from last year.

Internal Revenue Service Sued by Taxpayers Over Data Breach [Bloomberg]
Two unhappy women in Texas are inviting anyone else affected to join in their suit.

Simon Collins, chairman, KPMG UK: in search of the right note [FT]
Collins believes audit isn't dead and that "being hired to audit a high-profile brand is good for a firm’s reputation, and essential for dev­eloping its people and its advisory skills."

Japan’s cloud accounting startup Freee raises $30M at $250M valuation ahead of IPO [VentureBeat]
The company claims to be the "market leader" in Japan. Freee plans an IPO in the next 2-3 years.

T.I. and Tiny owe the IRS over $4.5M in unpaid taxes [NYP]
The figures in the article add up to $4.6 million, but this is the Post, so close enough.

‘Boomerang’ Auditors Make Better Fraud Detectives, Experiment Shows [CFO]
That is, those auditors who become CFOs and then return to auditing.

Bernie Sanders Endorsed by Deez Nuts [Gawker]
For the Democratic nomination; John Kasich is the lucky duck in the GOP. Deez Nuts still endorses himself for the general election.

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