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REDW commits $20K in scholarships for Native Americans


REDW LLC, one of the Southwest’s 10 largest public accounting and business consulting firms, announced it has made a financial commitment of $20,000 in scholarships to encourage undergraduate and graduate level Native American students pursue a degree in the field of accounting and finance.  The newly established scholarship has been named The REDW Native American Scholarship… Read More →

Steps to Streamline your Accounting Department


Streamlining accounting departments can be a daunting task and more often than not the simplest approach is overlooked. However, keeping it simple is generally the best course of action to take when trimming the fat. In many accounting departments the day-in-day-out tasks were created a zillion years ago and have become a part of the… Read More →

REDW Among Fastest-Growing Accounting Firms


REDW LLC, one of the largest and most respected certified public accounting and business consulting firms in the Southwest, announced that named the company the fourth fastest-growing accounting firm in the U.S. during 2013. REDW was also recognized as the fifth largest accounting firm in the southwestern United States. , is a leading… Read More →

Established CFO Brings Tech Experience to IO

IO, a global leader in software-defined data centers, today announced Michael Berry has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Berry will be responsible for financial planning and analysis, accounting, operations, treasury activities and investor relations, and will report to CEO and Product Architect, George Slessman. “I am very happy to have Mike join… Read More →

Momentum builds to soften accounting standards for private companies

Financial Statements
by in Business News | Economy

Private companies say they need to stop being treated like public companies. And now the accounting world has begun to listen to their complaints. The debate about whether to soften accounting standards for private companies has gone on for years, but this time it seems to be moving toward action, although slowly. But this past… Read More →

CFOs Believe Economy Will Not Improve During the Next Six Months

by in Business News | Economy | Workforce

Fifty-four percent of CFOs in the U.S. do not foresee any changes in the health of the economy during the next six months, according to a survey by Grant Thornton LLP. Still, most CFOs surveyed are optimistic about maintaining (45 percent) or increasing (37 percent) their headcount over the next six months. According to the… Read More →

First Job: Brad Preber, Managing Partner Grant Thornton

Brad Preber - Managing Partner - Grant Thornton

Brad Preber, Managing Partner of Grant Thornton, discusses his first job selling seeds door-to-door, his mentors and what he learned along the way. Brad Preber Title: Managing Partner Company: Grant Thornton Describe your very first job. When I was a teenager, I found an ad in the back of a magazine promoting the door-to-door sale… Read More →

Entrepreneurs: Three Key Things To Consider Before Starting Your Business


Three key things for entrepreneurs to consider before starting their own business The benefit of a challenging economy has been the inspiration for new business. As individuals find themselves out of a job they may have held for decades, they are no longer taking their talents elsewhere. Instead they are choosing to create their own… Read More →