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Carbon accounting startup Sumday eyes global expansion as it closes $5.3 million seed round
“Sumday makes sense here.” Accounting firms in these regions are at a similar stage in their journeys to those in Australia, says Richmond. “They’re starting to see that there is a real opportunity for them to provide new services and to really be ...
SmartCompany

Senate report blasts Loftis over $1.8 billion accounting scandal
Voters may have something new to decide on this year's ballot -- not who their treasurer should be, but whether they should keep voting for one at all.An explosive new interim report on Tuesday from a S.
Charleston City Paper

Business
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AlgomaU, RPA Canada partnership expands options for accounting students
Algoma University and the Registered Professional Accountant of Canada (RPA Canada) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that expands professional options for accounting students. Through this agreement,
Academica

Tech and tenacity: Meet the accountants and bookkeepers leading the advisory industry forward
With Xero Practice Manager (XPM) as the “central cog” of its operation, the advisory firm then uses Ignition to onboard clients, Syft Analytics for reporting, and NowInfinity for asset management and company documents, among others.
The Age

Tony Argiz Fled Cuba As A Child; Then He Built A Top Accounting Firm
Antonio Argiz has ascended to the top of the CPA profession by way of an improbable journey. He arrived in America at the age of 9, separated from his family through a covert early 1960s U.S.-backed exodus of Cuban children known as Operation Pedro Pan—his parents having sent him alone because of the uncertainty engulfing Cuba during Fidel Castro's regime.
Forbes

Business
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As Big Four foreign firms punished for exam cheating, PwC Canada fines put into perspective
The accounting watchdog that oversees auditors of US public companies levied a record civil penalty this past week against KPMG Netherlands for similar offenses confessed to by PricewaterhouseCoopers in Canada in 2020.
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