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November 27, 2022

Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune Gets All Weepy for Arthur Andersen

Last week the Chicago Tribune got all emotional about the ten-year anniversary of Andersen being indicted with an obstruction of justice charge. A charge that, effectively, destroyed the firm. Oddly, the Trib made it sound like the end of Andersen was some sort of professional services employer apocalypse:   The obstruction of justice charges against […]

We Read Another Vapid, Metaphor-riddled Interview with a Deloitte Bigwig So You Don’t Have To

Communications teams at accounting firms, particularly the Big 4, have a difficult job. And for the most part, they're nice people. I've talked to plenty of them. NO! I'm being serious. They work for private companies that are notoriously secretive, newly regulated, but still have come under heavy scrutiny as capital market servants, thus, leading nosy […]