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Any Pyne inquiry should take a hard look at the big four

Any Pyne inquiry should take a hard look at the big four

Christopher Pyne's role with a big four consulting firm is less important than the relentless growth of those firms within government. That's what a Senate inquiry should examine.

Pyne to help E&Y catch up in the race for military cash

Pyne to help E&Y catch up in the race for military cash

Defence offers a lucrative source of revenue for the big four consulting firms, and a rich tradition of former officials helping companies take advantage.

Greens take a step forward in reining in the big four accounting firms

Greens take a step forward in reining in the big four accounting firms

The big four consulting firms are becoming embedded in Australia's public sector, and that's a serious threat to good governance. The Greens propose to make a start in reining them in, but more is required.

Big Four accounting firms emerge as major political donors

Big Four accounting firms emerge as major political donors

The Big Four accounting firms have emerged as our dominant political donors at a time when we need to regulate them most.

More Fairfax journos say goodbye … life on the lam … Comania …

More Fairfax journos say goodbye … life on the lam … Comania …

More well-known Fairfax journalists say goodbye as latest redundancy round continues to bite.

PwC among the biggest corporate bludgers

PwC among the biggest corporate bludgers

The numbers are staggering. The Big Four accounting firms have picked up at least $2.6 billion in fees from the Australian government over the past 10 years, write Michael West and Geordie Wilson.

Yes, your media is brought to you by hipsters

Yes, your media is brought to you by hipsters

One in four workers in Australia's creative industries live in Sydney's inner-west or eastern suburbs.

The gay marriage plebiscite is a bad idea, but PwC’s report is still bad economics

The gay marriage plebiscite is a bad idea, but PwC’s report is still bad economics

Applying conventional economic theory to voting is extremely suspect.

Abetz says $525m plebiscite cost does not include sad conservatives’ lost productivity

Abetz says $525m plebiscite cost does not include sad conservatives’ lost productivity

Eric Abetz says gay marriage opponents might be too sad to work if everyone in Australia had equal rights.

PwC exec leaves Australian Christian Lobby board

PwC exec leaves Australian Christian Lobby board

Mark Allaby, a "senior executive" at PricewaterhouseCoopers, has left the Australian Christian Lobby board following outrage.