Accounting students in the Haslam College of Business are among the brightest in the state and the nation, according to the latest report from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.
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The Haslam College of Business spotlights Phillip Daves, associate professor of finance, and Anita Hollander, distinguished lecturer and director of information management, as faculty trailblazers as part of Faculty Appreciation Week.
Accounting Professor Joseph Carcello was recently quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about a tax firm’s plan to revive the Arthur Andersen name. The Arthur Andersen firm collapsed more than a decade ago in the wake of the Enron Corporation scandal. A San Francisco-based tax-consulting firm run by former Andersen partners is buying the rights
Local NPR affiliate 91.9FM WUOT recently featured Professor Joseph Carcello and his appointment to the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee. Listen to the full story and also read it here. Carcello is the E&Y and Business Alumni Professor and head of the Department of Accounting and Information Management in the College of Business Administration. He
Business professor Joseph Carcello has been named to the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee. The Knoxville News Sentinel highlighted the news in this article.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has named Professor Joseph V. Carcello to its Investor Advisory Committee. He is the only business school professor appointed to the committee. Carcello is the E&Y and Business Alumni Professor and head of the Department of Accounting and Information Management in UT’s College of Business Administration. He also is executive director of the UT Neel Corporate Governance Center.
The Wall Street Journal recently interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello for a story about accounting firm BDO USA LLP and its move to grow aggressively by acquiring other firms. Read the story here. A login is required.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello about the impact of a judge’s ruling that sanctions the Big Four accounting firms in China and suspends them from auditing US-traded companies. The ruling was made by a Securities and Exchange Commission administrative law judge. Read the story here.
Effective January 1, 2014, new leadership will come to the College of Business Administration’s master’s and executive education programs. Bruce Behn, the Deloitte LLP Professor, will become associate dean for graduate programs and executive education. He succeeds Matt Myers, who is leaving for a dean position at Miami University in Ohio.
Joseph V. Carcello, Ernst & Young and Business Alumni Professor in Accounting, will become executive director of the Corporate Governance Center in the College of Business Administration. His appointment is effective September 15. Carcello, the center’s director of research, will replace C. Warren Neel, who has been the center’s executive director since the two co-founded it in 2003.