Grant Thornton’s Revenue Didn’t Take Time Off

The Purple Rose of Chicago earned $1.45 billion in the U.S., beating last year's haul of $1.35 bil. Judging by Mike McGuire's canned quote, everything is on the up and up:

“Our financial results are a direct reflection of the value we’re providing to our clients,” said Mike McGuire, chief executive officer of Grant Thornton LLP. “When we come to the table with all our capabilities, offer solutions and deliver outstanding service quality, clients give us more of their business, and recommend us to others. This is how we’re growing our firm.”

Man, all that coming to tables with capabilities and solutions and outstanding service and whatnot sounds like a lot of work. To keep that up, most of you won't have time for vacation.

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