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# pwc - Thursday 1 December, 2011

European Commission proposes to split up 'big four' auditors

PWC, KPMG, Deloitte and Ernst & Young could be forced to split up under draft proposals from the European Commission.

# pwc - Thursday 29 September, 2011

PwC to expand Belfast operations with 247 new jobs

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is to create 247 new jobs in Belfast, Northern Ireland’s enterprise minister Arlene Foster announced today.

# pwc - Monday 29 August, 2011

Amazon and Intel to showcase jobs at Dublin event next month

Pfizer, Ericsson and Deloitte are also among the companies who’ll be represented at the Career Zoo in the Mansion House.

# pwc - Sunday 12 December, 2010

PwC 'Hot Mail' accountants to learn fate next month

The three PricewaterhouseCoopers staff suspended over their sexist emails will find out next month if they will keep their jobs.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Nine things you really, really need to know by 9am: Gerry Ryan’s open secret, Fine Gael’s bailout fallout, and some cranky phone calls for the Cabinet.

# pwc - Friday 12 November, 2010

Life in the testosterone zone

One woman’s experiences working in a male-dominated financial institution.

Three PwC male workers suspended over 'hot mail'

As PwC ‘Mad Men’ style scandal goes global, a second accountancy firm – KPMG – is hit by email furore.

# pwc - Thursday 11 November, 2010

PWC partner "deeply regrets" Hot Mail scandal

A senior partner at the accountancy firm says the ‘top 10 office women’ email is “hugely disappointing” to his firm.

# pwc - Monday 4 October, 2010

State appoints PwC to help run nationalised AIB

PricewaterhouseCoopers gets the AIB gig – despite having said Anglo would only cost a total of €4bn. Whoops.