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New York, 3rd April 2014 – PwC is pleased to announce today the successful completion of its combination with Booz & Company. With the granting of all regulatory approvals for Booz & Company to join PwC, it is now officially part of the PwC Network. All closing conditions for the deal have been met.
New York, NY, December 23, 2013—Booz & Company’s global partners have voted overwhelmingly to approve a combination with PwC.  The two organizations announced October 30th they had signed a conditional merger agreement. Following the required regulatory approvals and assuming the fulfillment of other customary closing conditions, the deal is expected to conclude in the first quarter of 2014.
New York, NY, October 30, 2012 — R&D spending in 2011 increased 9.6 percent to US$603 billion—an all-time high / Amazon joins the Top 10 “Most Innovative” Companies, bumping out Facebook / Nearly half of corporations surveyed reported being only average or marginally effective at getting their ideas to market