Political risk for market dominance

A recent article on the New York Times about the political costs that Google is facing due to its market dominance, and their strategy to reduce those costs, caught my interest: Google has begun this public-relations offensive because it is in the midst of a treacherous rite of passage for powerful technology companies — regulatorsContinue reading “Political risk for market dominance”

Update on public company auditing in Canada

There’s some interesting Canadian audit industry data in the March 2007 CA Magazine. In an earlier post I revealed my ignorance when it comes to public company auditing in Canada. I was incredulous that the small, one-office accounting firm could attract large, public company audits, simply because the perception in industry is that only aContinue reading “Update on public company auditing in Canada”