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Accounting and Auditing

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  • Berlin Town Finance Officer Is President Of Public Finance Group

    BERLIN — Add president to Finance Director Jim Wren's titles. Wren has been head of municipal finances in Berlin since 2009. Before that, he was account supervisor for the Town of Manchester. Now he is serving a year-long term as president of...
  • Thomas Durkin, accountant with prominent sons, dies at 84

    Thomas Durkin, accountant with prominent sons, dies at 84
    Thomas Durkin spent 40 years working as an accountant, rising up to become the national managing partner of a large accounting firm. Five of his eight sons became attorneys, among them state Rep. Jim Durkin, R-Westchester, the House minority leader, and...
  • Todd Lundy, consultant to law and accounting firms, dies at 76

    Building on his background as a certified public accountant, Todd Lundy found success as a consultant to law firms and accounting practices firms on matters ranging from mergers and acquisitions to partner compensation. "He was a very smart, shrewd...
  • Felon Hired By Group-Home Company With Troubled Past

    With a felony conviction for larceny, Shani Halima Williams doesn't seem a likely fit at a company that operates group homes for developmentally disabled adults, particularly one that saw at least five of its workers fired or arrested for alleged abuse at...
  • Occidental College rifts mar progress on handling of sex cases, report says

    Occidental College rifts mar progress on handling of sex cases, report says
    Occidental College, under federal investigation for its handling of sexual assault complaints, has taken "sincere and significant" steps to improve its practices but is riven by bitter campus divisions that jeopardize future progress, according to an...
  • State inadequately investigates nursing home complaints, audit finds

    The California Department of Public Health has failed to effectively investigate nursing home complaints, a state audit released Thursday found, with a total of 11,000 unresolved complaints in its system. The department, which is responsible for...
  • Treasurer candidates heat up race for overlooked statewide office

     Treasurer candidates heat up race for overlooked statewide office
    A pair of state lawmakers are mounting aggressive bids to become Illinois' next treasurer, an office in charge of investing the state's money that's often used as a political steppingstone. The campaign is contentious in part because it's either up or...
  • Factory Day Job Adds New Discipline To Artist's Work

    Factory Day Job Adds New Discipline To Artist's Work
    HARTFORD — Andre Rochester says he has "done the starving artist thing." "It's not fun, it's a fantasy," said Rochester, a painter who has a studio in the old Gray Manufacturing building in Hartford's Parkville neighborhood. (The company made...
  • City Council panel endorses police contract

    City Council panel endorses police contract
    A key Chicago City Council committee on Monday endorsed a new contract with more than 9,500 rank-and-file police officers, setting the stage for a full council vote Wednesday that will buy Mayor Rahm Emanuel some level of labor peace going into next year'...
  • Stafford Energy Advisory Committee tours new solar array at Big Y

    The Stafford Big Y at 87 West Stafford Road (Route 190) has gone solar, with an impressive ground-mounted installation on just under 3 acres of their property directly behind the store. The installation is the first in Connecticut for the Massachusetts-...
  • Park service budget for Fort Monroe

    HAMPTON — The National Park Service has spent about $1 million on the Fort Monroe National Monument since it was created in November 2011. The park service is still developing a foundational document that will be used to help identify the national...