The Wall Street Journal made waves a couple of weeks ago when it reported that Ernst & Young (EY) was considering separating its audit and advisory arms as a way of increasing profitability while avoiding conflict of interest and ethics concerns. At the time, the remaining three of the Big Four firms had nothing to say about the possibility of their doing likewise...
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