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  2. Arthur E. Andersen - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Edward Andersen (May 30, 1885 – January 10, 1947) was a Scandinavian-American accountant who was the founder of the accounting firm Arthur Andersen LLP (now Accenture ). [1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Selected works 3 References 4 Other sources 5 External links Biography [ edit]

  3. Arthur E. Andersen - Leadership - Harvard Business School

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    He was one of the first firms to conduct an extensive college recruiting program, and he committed significant funds to ongoing education and training. Andersen was known as one of the country’s foremost authorities on accounting, and his reputation for integrity was widely heralded. Personal Born-Died: 1885–1947 Birthplace: Illinois Race: White

  4. Arthur Edward Andersen | American Accounting Association

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    Arthur Edward Andersen | American Accounting Association Arthur Edward Andersen The son of John William and Mary Aabye Andersen was born on May 30, 1885, in Plano, Illinois. He graduated from Atheneum High School, Chicago, in 1903. He received a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in 1917.

  5. Arthur E. Andersen | American accountant | Britannica

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    in 1913 by Arthur E. Andersen, a young accounting professor who had a reputation for acting with integrity—was primarily an auditing firm focused on providing high-quality standardized audits. But a shift in emphasis during the 1970s pitted a new generation of auditors advocating for clients and consulting fees… Read More

  6. Arthur Andersen’s Legacy, 20 Years After Its Demise, Is ...

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    Founded by accounting professor Arthur E. Andersen in 1913, the firm was based in Chicago. At its peak, Arthur Andersen employed about 85,000 people in 84 countries. Thousands of them found...

  7. Arthur Andersen | American company | Britannica

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    For more than a half century, Arthur Andersen—cofounded as Andersen, DeLany & Co. in 1913 by Arthur E. Andersen, a young accounting professor who had a reputation for acting with integrity—was primarily an auditing firm focused on providing high-quality standardized audits.

  8. Arthur Andersen - Wikipedia

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    Born May 30, 1885, in Plano, Illinois, and orphaned at the age of 16, Arthur E. Andersen began working as a mail boy by day and attended school at night, eventually being hired as the assistant to the comptroller of Allis-Chalmers in Chicago.

  9. Arthur Andersen: The fall of America’s oldest accounting ...

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    Arthur Andersen, the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) firm was founded in 1913 and till 2001 it was one of the Big Five accounting firms in the world. One single but probably the biggest client of Arthur Andersen (“Andersen”) led to Andersen’s fall, which could never be overturned.

  10. The Fallout of Arthur Andersen and Enron on the Legal ...

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    After a six-week trial, Arthur Andersen was found guilty on June 16, 2002. The company was placed on probation for five years and was required to pay a $500,000 fine. Some analysts also questioned whether the company could survive after this series of incidents. The legacy of Enron/Arthur Andersen live on in various changes to the profession.

  11. Arthur E Andersen - Financial Advisor - Morgan Stanley - LinkedIn

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    Arthur E Andersen Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley Greater Chicago Area 387 followers 381 connections Join to connect Morgan Stanley Western Illinois University Company Website Report this...