2008 Breakfast on Contemporary Accounting Issues

The Lubin School of Business at Pace University presents the
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"Will The New Global Accounting Rules Work?"

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Sir David Tweedie
Chairman
International Accounting Standards Board
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Floyd Norris
Chief Financial Correspondent
The New York Times

Wednesday, December 10, 2008
8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
Ernst & Young
5 Times Square
22nd Floor Cafe
New York, NY 10036


The Breakfast Series on Contemporary Accounting Issues is intended to focus on specific topics of interest to practitioners, as the accounting world moves towards the biggest changes in decades with global acceptance of the IFRS.

This event was by invitation only.


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Rudolph Jacob, PhD, chair of Lubin's Accounting department, welcomes attendees.
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Sir David Tweedie, Chairman, International Accounting Standards Board (right) being interviewed by Floyd Norris, Chief Financial Correspondent, The New York Times.
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Danita Osling from Ernst & Young, who hosted the event at their headquarters.
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(left to right) Sir David Tweedie; DJ Gannon, Deloitte; Danita Osling, Ernst & Young; and Floyd Norris after the interview.