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Oct. 17—ADRIAN — After receiving two extensions, the county has its audit in for fiscal year 2020. The auditor and county administration report that the county is in solid financial shape. Nathan Baldermann, principal with the Rehmann accounting firm, reported to the county commission Wednesday that the county had been slow in getting the appropriate paperwork ready for auditors. "For a couple ...

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Oct. 14—EBENSBURG — A Johnstown man was sentenced in Cambria County court on Wednesday after he was accused of misappropriating more than $1 million in funds from his former employer. Michael Sean Hammond, 35, entered a guilty plea of writing bad checks in relation to stealing $57,525 in May and entered a guilty plea to theft by unlawful taking and access device fraud in August in relation to ...

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Oct. 14—A Wayne County commissioner is calling for an audit of a $57 million software project that he described as a "major blunder" after upgrades stalled and costs nearly doubled. Commissioner Glenn Anderson, whose 12th District represents the cities of Inkster, Garden City and Westland, said he's asking the county's auditor to delve into the county's Enterprise Resource Planning project, ...

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South Carolina State trustees got an overall positive report about the university's 2021 financial statement audit during an Oct. 6 meeting, with its delayed submission to the state by the Oct. 1 deadline being the only finding.

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Oct. 11—ST. LOUIS — The end of a once-powerful arm of organized labor in St. Louis came swiftly and without ceremony — and largely without explanation. Top officials of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, who swept into town late last month to dissolve the St. Louis-Kansas City Carpenters Regional Council, said nothing publicly as they took control of records and let longtime union officials ...

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A long-time employee is suing the City of San Diego alleging it failed to prevent supervisors from engaging in racially discriminatory hiring practices that have repeatedly robbed Black employees, including him, of well-deserved promotions, the lawsuit said. The city hired Wilson Kennedy III in 1998 in the wake of its annual Equal Employment Opportunity report that found a lack of Black ...

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Oct. 11—NEW DELHI — The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India's (ICAI) objection to exempting small firms from statutory audits is aimed at ensuring good governance, ICAI president Nihar N. Jambusaria said in an interview. It has nothing to do with protecting the interests of chartered accountants in landing jobs, he added. ICAI's differences with National Financial Reporting Authority ...