Jack Weisbaum's final year as the most interesting accounting CEO in the world will go down in the book as a good one. The firm announced $618 million in revenues for fiscal year 2012. That's an increase of 8%. Each line of business saw increases with consulting coming in 36% higher than last year, tax up 9.9%, and audit up 5.7%. Of course the consulting business only consists of 7% of the total revenues, while tax is 29% and audit is 60% (and 4% "other"). Regardless, those numbers beat a sharp rock in Jacky Boy's wingtip and it goes without saying that he and the firm really appreciate all the last-minute billable hours you jammed in there. [BDO]
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