PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.
VAULT RANKINGS 2013
Headquarters: New York,
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- "Good career opportunities"
- "Well known, and great clients"
- "Less interesting work"
NEWS AND UPDATES
- Brand name commands respect
- The rewards package has slipped of late
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:Getting back into it
Big Four accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has been steadily building its consulting practice in recent years, following the sale of its original consulting wing to IBM in 2002. These days, PwC’s management consulting operations (or performance improvement, as the firm now calls it) focus on governance, risk and compliance, as well as financial and IT effectiveness. And it’s not difficult to see why. In 2004, PwC's advisory division pulled in some $3.4 billion in revenue. Within four years of restarting a business consulting unit, that revenue had more than doubled—and that's without the firm delving back into the information technology market in any big way. Its noncompete agreement with IBM only ended in 2007, and the firm has yet to signal any great intention to rebuild that portion of its business.
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