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It’s Math Men vs. Mad Men in the ad world

Accenture, Deloitte, IBM, McKinsey, and PwC argue that they can save money by helping a company’s employees take over much of the work once done by agencies. And they urge …

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 25, 2017

Accounting firm Moss Adams expands with merger

Seattle-based accounting firm Moss Adams LLP has announced plans to merge with Hein & Associates LLP of Denver. About 98 people work in Moss Adams Spokane office.

Judge awards former Rockwood CFO $1.9 million in whistleblower accounting complaint

A judge awarded Rockwood’s former chief financial officer $1.9 million this week

SEC awards $22 million to Monsanto whistleblower

A former Monsanto financial executive who blew the whistle on the company’s accounting practices has been awarded a $22.4 million share of the government’s settlement with Monsanto, according to his …

Whitman County accounting errors create $150K shortfall

The Whitman County Commissioners must find a way to deal with a 2016 budget shortfall of about $150,000 that is the result of a series of recently discovered accounting errors.

Veteran accountant Jerry Miller evolves with time, technology

When does a person decide to become an accountant? When he realizes he doesn’t have enough charisma to be an undertaker.

Midwest accounting firm buying LeMaster Daniels

LarsonAllen LLP, a large Midwest-based accounting firm, is buying the assets of Spokane’s LeMaster Daniels PLLC, the companies said today. No terms of the deal have been disclosed.

Whitworth students sample IRS fraud-fighting methods

Accounting students at Whitworth University took a turn as gumshoes Thursday, trading in their ledgers and balance sheets for search warrants and surveillance. The props were bulletproof vests and dummy …