The history of Ernst & Young offers a platform to discuss the problems associated with the sale of the consulting business, as well as the establishment of the legal entity. It fits into the problems at Arthur Andersen raised regarding the role of the Big Four accounting firms and how to ensure the independence issues of conflicts of interest and internal controls.

The history of Ernst & Young offers a platform to discuss the problems associated with the sale of the consulting business, as well as the establishment of the legal entity. It fits into the problems at Arthur Andersen raised regarding the role of the Big Four accounting firms and how to ensure the independence issues of conflicts of interest and internal controls.
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David F. Hawkins,
Jacob Cohen
Source: Harvard Business School
8 pages.
Publication Date: Feb 13, 2003. Prod #: 103060-PDF-ENG
Ernst & Young LLP HBR case solution

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