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November 03, 2010



Wow, the Big Four top accounting firms getting carved up into three, that sounds like a drastic change. I was totally unaware of this potential carving. This is a very interesting post that I do not know much about. Thank you for the informative post, I look forward to reading more about this in the future.

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Great post as always. Like your writing style. I'm going to read your other posts. Thank you for your effort and creating time to write...

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