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The firm received these distinctions for its superior performance and breadth of offerings to hedge fund clients in the past year.
Anita Holloway to lead growing office with strong ties to local community
The companies have made a commitment to achieve gender equality in corporate leadership roles.
EY Firm joins NOD’s Corporate Leadership Council as President’s Circle member
It "will have an impact on our ability to work as a globally connected organization," said EY Global Chairman and CEO Mark Weinberger.
Since the program began in 2006, minorities now represent 37 percent of total full-time professionals at Ernst & Young LLP.
EY's Global Vice Chair of Industry Alison Kay offers insight.
As executive chairman and chairman of the board of Marriott International, he was selected for pursuing business excellence.
EY's 32nd edition features new chapter on Net Investment Income Tax.
EY’s Government and Public Sector Virtual Career Fair is Thursday, November 10
EY and the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality collaborate to help health care organizations improve patient safety.
EY survey found banks are under considerable pressure from investors on ROE – investors pressing for cost reductions and business model change
EY receives mayoral proclamations for dedication to its communities
EY and EIG Release National Study Examining Millennials and the Economy
EY, KSU study examines conflict within 525 of the largest family businesses globally
EY to leave lasting legacy after Olympic Games through work with Rio NGOs.
David O’Brien, Partner and Americas Director of Communications and Marketing, EY
U.S. Firm Now Leads Professional Services in Paid Time Off For New Parents
The bill's sponsor said it could even protect the rights of the KKK.
Study shows that an organization with 30 percent female leaders could add up to 6 percentage points to its net margin.
While professionals with disabilities struggle to establish themselves in the private sector, the U.S. government is employing this population at a record — even at the senior level.
Get back to work: the 'family values' party doesn't seem to like mothers
A study conducted by Rutgers and Syracuse universities uncovered proof of employer discrimination against people with disabilities.