PricewaterhouseCoopers in the US has
revealed that it has between $1bn and $1.4bn in profits to distribute to its
partners, the first time one of the
Big Four has
revealed such information, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The firm had revenues of $6.9bn (?3.5bn) in its fiscal year ended June 30,
2006, the firm’s chairman
PwC, like the other Big Four firms, is a private partnership, and is not
required to disclose financial information.
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