Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Big Four Firms Report Tremendous 2007 Results

The Big4.com 2007 Firms Performance Analysis

The Big Four accounting firms had a banner year in 2007 with double-digit revenue growth on the heels of strong performances in 2006 and 2005. KPMG had the highest annual growth rate among the firms with 17.4%, followed by Deloitte at 15.5%, Ernst and Young at 15% and PricewaterhouseCoopers bringing up the rear at 14.4%. Despite this relatively slower growth, PwC remains the planet’s largest accounting firm with 2007 revenues of $25.2 billion, ahead of Deloitte at $23.1 billion, E&Y at $21.1 billion with KPMG being relatively the smallest firm at $19.8 billion...

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