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Court rules Mike Rothenberg must fork over more than $31 million to settle SEC allegations
Mike Rothenberg, the once high-flying VC bent on bringing the party to Silicon Valley, must now pay a whopping $31.4 million to settle a California federal court ruling in favor of Security and
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How Western advisers helped an autocrat’s daughter amass and shield a fortune
The former first daughter of Angola, Isabel dos Santos, created a shell empire to move tainted billions. Lawyers, accountants and consultants from some of the world's most respected companies made it
El Barça supera al Real Madrid como el club con más ingresos del mundo
La facturación conjunta de los 20 equipos más ricos creció un 12% en la temporada 2018/19 y batió un nuevo récord al superar los 9.200 millones de euros, según Deloitte
A toolkit for understanding the biggest issues in accounting
Here's a quick guide on what to read and who to follow.
How the UK is trying to prevent accounting scandals
A series of high-profile failures at British companies have brought the audit industry’s woes to the fore.
What goes wrong when accounting firms become consultants
Accounting firms are spending more time consulting because It’s lucrative, virtually unregulated, and offers greater potential for growth. But that trend comes at a cost.
The way audits work is about to change
A string of high-profile audit failures has put KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte, and EY under more scrutiny than at any point since Enron.
How Can Travel Brands Remain Human in a Digital-First World
To succeed in today’s competitive marketplace, travel brands must find a way to humanize their interactions — even when customers are using digital channels to connect with them. -
Deloitte Has Made $42 Million Working With ICE This Year
Employees asked the company to cut ties with the agency last year, but Deloitte shows no signs of ending its relationship with ICE.
FintechOS raises $14M to help banks launch products as fast as FinTech Startups
Over the last few years, we’ve seen the rise of FinTech startups like N26 and Monzo to challenge the incumbents with new products like challenger banks. But what if the big banks wanted to compete in
Deloitte feels data is the new dowry, the Indian social evil that kills hundreds of women
In 2017, nearly 21 women were killed every day over dowry.
Deloitte Adds Privacy Tech to Its Education-Credentials Blockchain
Professional services giant Deloitte has added zero-knowledge proof privacy tech to its enterprise blockchain offering.
A new Chinese ranking of global unicorns puts China ahead of the US for the first time
China has 206 unicorns, compared with 203 for the US, according to the inaugural Hurun Global Unicorn List.
Signal AI taps $25M for public data-based market intelligence that spots trends and risks
Media monitoring — where news sources and other public information outlets are scanned regularly for mentions of specific organizations — is a well established service used by companies for market
Pro Basketball’s Gender Pay Gap Is the ‘Perfect Business Problem,’ the WNBA’s New Commissioner Says
Former Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert is optimistic about the future of the WNBA and women’s sports in general.
Some Big Four partners get decade-high UK pay despite falling audit standards
The Big Four are under increasing pressure in the UK over their roles auditing companies hit by scandals.
Balaji, jefe de consultoría de Deloitte: “No somos arquitectos de la elusión fiscal”
El ejecutivo opina que utilizar la inteligencia artificial de forma irresponsable dificulta el progreso, pero el nivel de conciencia ética sobre esta tecnología es bajo
Big Four accounting firms bungle a third of US audits but are rarely fined
Despite failing in 31% of audits analyzed by their watchdog, the Big Four accountancies are punished only 6.5% of the time.
Sourcing Quality Tech Talent Becomes Harder
Hiring top talent for IT is becoming difficult, with higher skill levels in demand. Reports say, almost half of companies…
Don't be fooled, this is a false dawn for the property market | Larry Elliott
Competition to sell mortgages is strong, but vendors are in no mood to cut and runThese are tough times to be an estate agent. A period of rocketing prices in the middle of the decade has made