Anthony J. Marcinek jumped to his death from the eighth floor inside the PwC building earlier this afternoon in Tampa. I confirmed with a PwC spokesperson that he was not employed by the firm. The firm did send an email notifying everyone of the incident and is providing grief counselors for employees. Ugh. [TBT]
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What our esteemed former colleague Caleb Newquist wrote in yesterday’s Gusto “On the Margins” newsletter is probably closer to the truth than not: I can just picture Tim Ryan at the head of a long table with lieutenants sitting around racking their brains for ideas. “How do we show people that we’re serious about them taking […]
Closing arguments were held on April 13 in the bench trial of audit whistleblower Mauro Botta vs. PricewaterhouseCoopers. Botta, a former PwC senior manager, claims that he was wrongfully terminated by PwC in retaliation for making a whistleblower report to the SEC. Botta’s whistleblower report alleges that PwC had compromised its independence by acquiescing to […]