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# accounting - Friday 2 February, 2018

Inside Deloitte: the accountancy giant using cutting-edge technology

Jobbio visits the Big Four firm to find a strong focus on people.

# accounting - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

Financial services firm Grant Thornton is creating 250 new roles in Dublin

The positions will be in the area of tax, audit and financial advisory.

# accounting - Wednesday 1 June, 2016

One of the 'Big Four' firms is hiring for €50k jobs across five Irish cities

EY is hiring both experienced people and graduates.

# accounting - Tuesday 13 October, 2015

Forgery, conspiracy to defraud, false documents: Ex-Anglo chief David Drumm faces 33 criminal charges

The alleged offences that Ireland wants to charge the former Anglo CEO with have been revealed for the first time.

# accounting - Friday 31 July, 2015

Anglo officials jailed for trying to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick

The three were found guilty on all charges.

# accounting - Monday 15 June, 2015

From The42 The42's alternative Leaving Cert accounting quiz Quiz

The42's alternative Leaving Cert accounting quiz

Forget about Profit and Loss accounts, these are the only numbers you need to crunch.

# accounting - Wednesday 29 October, 2014

Criminal investigation launched into Tesco's €333m blunder

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has stepped in.

# accounting - Monday 22 September, 2014

Tesco admits to making €300 million mistake in its books. Oops...

Expected profits down for the third time this year as world’s second-biggest retailer looks into the screw-up.

# accounting - Monday 28 April, 2014

Almost 500 jobs as EY expands international business unit in Belfast

The jobs boost by the company, formerly known as Ernst and Young, will see its workforce in the city triple.

# accounting - Friday 7 March, 2014

Coveney ‘not surprised’ by claims of Apple’s $850m Irish tax avoidance

Meanwhile, the Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said that the Finance Minister is dealing with the issue of “statelessness”.

# accounting - Tuesday 6 August, 2013

Twitter looking for Dublin-based tax expert

The Tax Manager role is a newly-created position to be based in Ireland.

# accounting - Tuesday 9 April, 2013

KPMG fires partner in LA office for allegedly sharing insider trading tips

KPMG have now resigned as the auditor of Herbalife “as a result of this individual’s behaviour”.

# accounting - Monday 3 December, 2012

KPMG gets new Managing Partner

Firm created extra 300 jobs under outgoing MP – successor Shaun Murphy hopes to build on that success.

# accounting - Sunday 11 November, 2012

Contracting PLUS announces expansion, 17 new Irish jobs

The accounting firm will create 30 new jobs in total, 17 of which will be in their Irish offices in Dublin and Cork, following a buyout of foreign investors.

# accounting - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

EU directive will mean less 'red tape' for small business

Finance ministers adopt new rules which will allow each EU member to exempt small businesses from publishing annual accounts.

# accounting - Wednesday 21 December, 2011

Olympus offices raided by Japanese officials in accounting probe

Investigation underway into the suspected concealment by Olympus of over €1 billion in losses through inaccurate financial reports.

# accounting - Saturday 5 November, 2011

Column: What The Finance? Heads should roll over €3.6bn gaffe

Fine Gael TD Eoghan Murphy was at the Public Accounts Committee meeting on Thursday when the Department of Finance explained how its accounting mistake happened – and he’s gobsmacked.

# accounting - Tuesday 1 November, 2011

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Ireland's finances €3.6bn better than thought - due to accounting error

A figure of €3.6 billion passed between State agencies was accidentally counted twice – creating an accounting error equal to 2.3 per cent of GDP.

# accounting - Monday 18 July, 2011

RTÉ defends giving €2.7million in contracts to board of... RTÉ

The broadcaster denied any conflict of interest, saying its board is totally separate from programme commissioning.