The Auditing Dilemma of Chinese Companies

The Auditing Dilemma of Chinese Companies by: Michael Wander Seizure of property through physical threats!?  No, it’s not a street mugging!  It’s a $2.4 billion publicly traded company on the NYSE having a spat with their auditor, Deloitte, who happens to have 182,000 employees and revenue of almost $30 billion[1].  Whoever said audit was boring … Continue reading

GSA Weekly Newsletter – Nov 28th

Your weekly GSA newsletter. Week 12! Welcome to GSA Alumni Social!!! Header image courtesy of Kunal Lakhani. News . . . Baruch College’s Financial Aid Office is now on Facebook and Twitter! Join for up to the minute posts and resources relating to financial aid. Great (and free) tunes are now on offer at the … Continue reading

GSA Weekly Newsletter – Nov 14th

Your weekly GSA newsletter. Welcome to Week 11!   Header image courtesy of Kunal Lakhani. News . . . Lunch with President Wallerstein All matriculated Baruch students are invited to have lunch with President Wallerstein on Thursday, Nov 17th at 12:45 pm in NVC 14-266. RSVP by visiting the Office of the President’s homepage. Kicking … Continue reading

Successful Summer Internship. Now What?

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting 2012 Ahh, Fall! The air is crisp and cool, school has just started getting into full swing, and your backpack is just starting to smell of textbooks and freshly sharpened pencils. For those of you who took this summer off for a summer internship like I did you should feel revitalized … Continue reading