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  2. ARTHUR ANDERSEN, LLP | Encyclopedia of Cleveland History ...

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    ARTHUR ANDERSEN, LLP, is a major accounting firm providing a wide range of professional services in accounting, auditing, tax consultation, management-information systems, and specialty consulting through 358 offices in 74 countries. Established in Chicago in 1913 as Andersen, Delany & Co., it employed 37,000 throughout the U.S. in 1995.

  3. Arthur AndersenWikipedia tiếng Việt

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    Arthur Andersen, từng là một trong 5 công ty kiểm toán lớn nhất thế giới cùng với các công ty khác là PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Ernst & Young và KPMG, cung cấp dịch vụ kiểm toán, dịch vụ thuế, và dịch vụ tư vấn cho các công ty và tập đoàn lớn có trụ sở tại ...

  4. Arthur Andersen LLP v. United States - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Andersen LLP v. United States, 544 U.S. 696 (2005), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court unanimously overturned accounting firm Arthur Andersen 's conviction of obstruction of justice in the fraudulent activities and subsequent collapse of Enron.

  5. A display in the Andersen Heritage Center is devoted to yellowing press clippings of a long-ago campaign to clean up the accounting industry by Leonard Spacek, who led the firm from 1947 to 1963....

  6. GSA Suspends Enron and Arthur Andersen and Former Officials

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    GSA # 9930. March 15, 2002. Contact: Bill Bearden 202-501-1231. bill.bearden@gsa.gov. Washington, DC — The General Services Administration today suspended Enron Corp., related Enron corporate entities, several former Enron officials, Arthur Andersen, LLP, and a former Andersen official, from conducting new business with the Federal government.

  7. Arthur Andersen: An Accounting Confidence Crisis

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    Andersen’s consulting business consisted of about 11,000 consultants and brought in global revenues of nearly $2 billion. Arthur Andersen, as a whole, employed more than 85,000 people worldwide. The new consulting company promptly changed its name to Accenture the following January.

  8. an Arthur Andersen Partner Goes to Jail After Abandoning ...

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    May 19 Photo by David Watkis on Unsplash In a Bold Move, Rod Johnson, an Arthur Andersen Partner, found himself in jail after abandoning staff members at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans days after 9/11. This is a story of how small decisions, made without malice, can have calamitous consequences.

  9. How the Former Staff Of Arthur Andersen Is Faring Two Years ...

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    That's how former employees of Arthur Andersen describe their signals of solidarity when they pass in the hallways of their current employers. The collapse of Andersen two years ago was an...

  10. Enron and the Fall of Arthur Andersen : NPR

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    Then, a year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously reversed Andersen's conviction, saying the judge's instructions to the jury had been too broad. The high court ruling came too late to save...

  11. The fall of AndersenChicago Tribune

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    Arthur Andersen, the prestigious Chicago accounting firm, had sent the eager young auditor for a routine task: to certify the inventory of a million bricks baking in the sun near Marion. But each...

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