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July 29, 2007 | Alana Semuels, Times Staff Writer
Andy Sale may be the only accountant who brags about wearing handcuffs. If you don't count John Nendick. Sale is in charge of the Ernst & Young team that totes up the Emmy ballots every year in a windowless, secure room in the accounting firm's downtown Los Angeles office. He and colleague Nendick arrive at the award show every year with a flourish, in tuxedos and with silver briefcases cuffed to their wrists.
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July 29, 2007 | Alana Semuels, Times Staff Writer
Andy Sale may be the only accountant who brags about wearing handcuffs. If you don't count John Nendick. Sale is in charge of the Ernst & Young team that totes up the Emmy ballots every year in a windowless, secure room in the accounting firm's downtown Los Angeles office. He and colleague Nendick arrive at the award show every year with a flourish, in tuxedos and with silver briefcases cuffed to their wrists.
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November 28, 2012 | By John Horn
Media and entertainment companies doing business in China can expect double-digit growth in the world's most populous nation but must be prepared to overcome a number of regulatory and piracy issues, according to a report released Wednesday. The “Spotlight on China” study, prepared by Ernst & Young, was released to coincide with the accounting firm's media and entertainment conference in Shanghai. The report estimates that China's media and entertainment industry will grow at a 17% annual rate between 2010 and 2015, significantly faster than the country's economy overall.
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November 5, 1995 | DICK POLADIAN, DICK POLADIAN is the managing partner of Arthur Andersen's Los Angeles office
The current issue of Fortune ranked the best cities for business in the United States and internationally. Los Angeles was not among them. The San Francisco Bay Area was ranked first--the only California region to make the U.S. list. My firm, Arthur Andersen, was responsible for collecting and summarizing the data that Fortune's editors used in their decision making.
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