February 5, 2012
When I came to Washington for my first real job, I had no political affiliation. I didn't even know my member of Congress. I was more interested in business than government. But during my time at Ernst & Young as I began to see how the tax laws were applied in business, I started thinking about what the laws should be. A few years into the job, someone approached me about a tax counsel position in Sen. John C. Danforth's office. I interviewed thinking I wouldn't get the job, but I did. I became...
December 15, 2012 |
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Adam Lanza lived among guns. His mother, Nancy, collected them. She showed them off to her landscaper. "Guns were her hobby," said Dan Holmes, the landscaper of Nancy Lanza's sprawling yard here on the edge of town. "She told me she liked the single-mindedness of shooting. " Holmes said she even spoke of taking her son to the firing range to practice his aim. As details of her son's troubled life trickled out Saturday, the day after he gunned down 20...
October 19, 2012
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A retired Ernst & Young executive is the new chief operating officer and executive vice president of the University of Virginia. The university's Board of Visitors unanimously approved Patrick Hogan's appointment Friday. Hogan succeeds Michael Strine, who resigned in August in the wake of a failed attempt by some board members to oust university President Teresa Sullivan. Hogan is a retired deputy global managing partner with Ernst & Young, one of the world's...
February 2, 2009 |
Thomas V. Fritz, 75, a retired managing director of the financial services firm Ernst & Young and chairman of the board of Innovative Systems, died Jan. 25 in an auto accident while visiting Argentina on a charitable mission. A McLean resident, he also was president of Thomas V. Fritz & Associates, a consulting firm focusing on productivity and financial strategies for business. According to his daughter, Juliann W. Fritz of Park City, Utah, Mr. Fritz and two other retired executives from Ernst & Young, Thomas P....
January 15, 2009
How federal agencies rank among college students' ideal employers: 1. Google 2. Walt Disney 3. Apple Computer 4. Ernst & Young 5. Department of State 6. Goldman Sachs 7. Deloitte 8. Peace Corps 9. NASA 10. PricewaterhouseCoopers 11. Teach for America 12. CIA 13. Microsoft 14. FBI 15. J.P. Morgan Source: The Universum IDEAL(TM) Employer Survey 2008, Undergraduate Edition
August 7, 2011 |
Commercial real estate broker and philanthropist Ryan Rauner, 29, said he believes people in his age group have a responsibility to contribute to the community. So outside of work, he makes it his mission to turn young professionals into givers and dispel the stereotype that philanthropists are only wealthy and elderly. "Young people want to give back," said Rauner. "You just have to get them in the door. " Rauner's entryway is the Northern Virginia Community Foundation's Future Fund, a new giving circle...