A team of business school students from Wake Forest University took first place in the national round of KPMG's International Case Study Competition.
KPMG LLP names John Veihmeyer (left) as Chairman as Chairman & CEO and Henry Keizer (right) as Deputy Chairman & COO of the US Firm. Both leaders will serve for a five year term, beginning June 10, 2010.
KPMG congratulates Phil Mickelson on winning the 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am his 40th career PGA Tour win! Hear the stories behind the leading moments in Phil's career at Phil.KPMG.com
KPMG Announces Nationwide Community Service Campaign at More Than 200 Non-Profits to Mark 9/11 Anniversary
KPMG LLP announces that it has launched a nationwide employee volunteer campaign, titled 'Service in Remembrance', to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Read more
The only Big Four firm to be named in the Top Ten list, KPMG was cited for its efforts on behalf of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, specifically our Straight Allies campaign. Read more
Unlike the vast majority of college-aged visitors who travel to New Orleans in search of fun, the 50 KPMG interns who descended upon the Big Easy recently had only one thing on their minds: making a difference in the lives of others. Read more
What's it like to serve your country and KPMG clients at the same time? Advisory Manager Ryan Bolz and Marketing Coordinator Frankie Long know firsthand. Read more
KPMG achieved a 26 percent reduction in its carbon footprint from 2007 through 2009, exceeding the firm's stated three-year commitment of a 25 percent reduction in just two years. Read more
KPMG is thrilled to send 200 volunteers to Lincoln, Nebraska, to enjoy and support the golf tournament of the Special Olympics USA National Games. KPMG is the title sponsor of the tournament, and their volunteers are looking forward to helping ensure a great event!Read more
Competing against teams from around the world, a group of Wake Forest University students representing the United States won the KPMG Global Case Competition in Athens, Greece. Winners were announced at the Gala Dinner on April 9th.
According to a new survey conducted by KPMG LLP, the vast majority of US executives are concerned about the impact regulatory reform will have on their businesses, but half say it could eventually be a "net positive."
Giving back to the community is not only one of KPMG's core values, but it is also an attribute that many professionals from Generation Y seek in their employers.
KPMG has been named for the third consecutive year as one of Working Mother magazine's Best Companies for Multicultural Women. According to Working Mother, this prestigious honor recognizes companies that are "proactively cultivating a workforce that takes advantage of our country's diverse cultural make-up." Read more
Matt Johnson, an Advisory managing director in KPMG's Atlanta office, is featured on the cover and in the latest edition of Profiles in Diversity Journal. Matt was among two dozen Asian-American leaders featured in the magazine's celebration of Asian-Pacific American heritage.Read more
KPMG has been ranked second on Universum's 2010 index of "The World's Most Attractive Employers." The rankings are based on the opinions of nearly 130,000 students from top academic institutions in the world's 12 leading economies. Read more
University students rate job security ahead of pay and benefits, according to KPMG Survey.
KPMG is pleased to announce that Stacy Sturgeon has been named our new National Managing Partner University Relations and Recruiting, succeeding Manny Fernandez who recently became Office Managing Partner of KPMG's Dallas office. Read more
KPMG has been named for the fourth consecutive year as one of FORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For." Read more
UN climate chief Yvo de Boer will join KPMG as global advisor on climate and sustainability and will also work in academia. Read more
KPMG announces that the University of California-Berkeley has been selected as the winner of its inaugural "Living Green Case Competition". KPMG launched the competition in October, 2009 to challenge business students at colleges and universities across the nation to make their campuses greener. Read more
KPMG's Barbara Wankoff, Director, Workplace Solutions, has been honored by the Families and Work Institute and Bright Horizons Family Solutions as the 2010 recipient of the Chris C. Kjeldsen Work Life Legacy Award.Read more
The American Cancer Society (ACS) recently honored KPMG with the prestigious Corporate Impact Award: Award of Excellence. Read more
For the second time in three years, KPMG has made Computerworld's annual list of the Top Green-IT organizations. This year, the firm came in at No. 2 on the list, topping our 2009 ranking of No. 7. KPMG is also the only Big Four firm on this year's list. Read more
Alumni Study: KPMG Experience Can Lead to Better Pay, Faster Career Advancement, and Higher Job Satisfaction
According to a detailed study of more than 2,000 former Audit, Tax, and Advisory professionals who left at different stages of their careers associate, senior associate, manager, and senior manager the more experience you gain at KPMG, the better off you will likely be over the course of your career. Read more