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    Ernst and Young

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    I. Introduction A. About the company: Ernst & Young is a global leader in assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services. The company is based in London, UK, with 709 offices in 140 countries, over 70 of which are in the United States. It employs 152,000 people worldwide. Global revenue in 2011 was $22.9 billion. Ernst & Young was founded in 1989 when Ernst & Whinney and Arthur Young & Co. merged. The company's roots go back to 1849. To ensure they are efficient and effective, they have organized

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    Lehman Brother Holding Inc. Ethical Research

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    Lehman Brother Holding Inc. failed investment. In order to avoid company lost competitively in the Unites States market, Lehman Brother carried out “Repo 105” which tried to hide unhealthy financial statement and avoid selling assets. In addition, Ernst & Young failed to audit the real information to the shareholders and public. Even though the bad “Repo 105” aided company to keep good financial statement for a while, Lehman Brother still bankrupted because of the accounting fraud and credit crisis. Futhermore

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    A Career In Accounting

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    I began studying accounting at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, I decided it would be my goal to start my career working for a large accounting firm. Out of 130,000 or more firms, I believe it would be most beneficial for myself to work for Ernst & Young. The subject of accounting is not everyone’s cup of tea. One needs specific skills and traits to become an accountant. To be an accountant, one must be analytical, well organized, detail-oriented, and a good communicator as well as much more. Accountants

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    the next step in preparation for the post-graduate workforce, there are still many roadblocks faced in position advancement by the minority employee. With institutions allowing better workplace preparation, and companies with influence such as Ernst and Young, I believe that in the future education will be the strongest tool that minorities will be given to battle the lingering affects racism and prejudice of the past has scarred our future with today.

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    Corporate/Commercial Fraud

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    Corporate Governance, 9(4), 30-39. Retrieved February 14, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 2170212581). The Pak Banker. Ernst & Young 'hiding' Lehman troubles. (2010, December 23) Retrieved February 14, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 2220249491). Wall Street Journal (Online). Auditors Face Fraud Charge; New York Set to Allege Ernst & Young Stood By as Lehman Cooked Its Books. (2010, December 20). Retrieved February 15, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 2217000931)

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    The Big Four Auditors

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    Collectively, they employ more than 155,000 people across the world. They branch out in about 155 countries worldwide. As stated before, KPMG is one of the top companies in the world, or one of the “four brothers.” The Four Brothers include KPMG, Ernst and Young, Deloitte, and Price Waterhouse Cooper. KPMG is actually the smallest of the four. Originally, they were eight brothers, which then decreased due to some companies merging. Also, one of the companies of the eight was caught in a scandal that caused

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    GoPro is officially the best-selling camera in the entire world and the company has doubled its sales figures every year since its creation, expecting to make a billion dollars in 2013 alone (Cade, 2013). GoPro’s owner and creator, Nick Woodman, Ernst and Young’s National Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 (Jewish Business News, 2013), believes that the company’s strategies of aggressive marketing and strong use of social media, as well as the constant advancements in consumer technology are the reasons

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    Intellinex, LLC

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    Executive Summary Intellinex LLC is an eLearning company that was recently spun off from its parent Ernest & Young LLP. At its inception Intellinex claimed to be one of the largest eLearning providers. They have an aggressive strategy to take advantage of the consolidating eLearning market and become a "one-stop" provider of all eLearning services for their clients. Their focus is on creating customized training for clients and helping them to implement and maintain their on-line courses. Products

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    Case Study Of Nortel

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    Case 7-1 1. Nortel was exhibiting several characteristics that would cause it to be identified as a high-risk audit by its auditors. The fraud triangle tells us that fraud occurs when you have opportunity, incentives/pressures, and rationalizations. Nortel was particularly vulnerable to fraud due to the incentives and pressures that it was subject to. A combination of the business decision to invest in CDMA instead of GSM technology and the global slowdown put great pressures on management. In

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    401(k) Plans

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    where the problem comes in. Though some companies match contributors either with cash or with a direct credit to the plan, other companies match with corporate stock. According to Richard Sasanow, a former assistant of public communications at Ernst and Young, "many experts consider this to be one of the riskiest investments for a 401 (k)-but may be worth it if you think your company has a great future." (Sasanow, 45) A recent survey shows that 18 percent of all companies made their matching contributions

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