It Can Be Done: Poems of Inspiration 1921

Joseph Morris, St Clair Adams
Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M04 1 - 268 páginas
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William J. Gole is a business consultant, educator, and author of professional books and continuing professional education courses for accountants and other financial professionals. From 1986 to 2003, he was a senior executive at a number of operating companies affiliated with The Thomson Corporation. Most recently, he was senior vice president, Planning and Business Development, at Thomson Healthcare, a $500 million information company serving healthcare professionals with database, newsletter, and medical education products. In that capacity he had responsibility for strategic planning and M& A activity, and managed the acquisition and divestiture of over 50 properties.
Prior to that assignment, he was senior vice president for Worldwide Sales and Services for Thomson Scientific, an internationally renowned scientific database publisher with offices in Philadelphia, San Diego, London, Tokyo, Seoul, and Singapore. In that role, he had responsibility for international sales, customer education, and customer service.
He has also held positions as president and chief executive officer of Frost & Sullivan, an international market research publisher; as publisher at the American Institute of CPAs; and as senior auditor with Coopers & Lybrand.
Mr. Gole has authored or co-authored several books, including "Guide to Small Business Consulting Engagements" and "Guide to Construction Contractors," published by Practitioners Publishing Company, and over 20 continuing professional education courses on accounting and consulting services. He has also taught accounting and business courses at a number of colleges and universities in the New York metropolitan area, andcurrently teaches a course on International Business at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, New York.

Joseph M. Morris is an accounting, tax, and general business consultant and an author of professional books for practicing accountants and other financial professionals. From 1988 to 1990, he was a project manager for the Financial Accounting Standards Board. At the FASB, Mr. Morris was responsible for the major project on consolidations and  related matters, which included accounting for consolidated financial statements and parent-subsidiary relationships, accounting for acquisitions, and accounting for joint ventures. He was also the FASB staff specialist in accounting for the software industry.
From 1966 to early 1999, he was senior vice president and chief financial officer and a member of the board of directors of ITEX Corporation, a publicly traded company, which provides diversified financial services and operates the largest organized commercial barter exchange. Previously, he was vice president and corporate controller of Scientific Software-Intercomp, Inc., a publicly traded Nasdaq company.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Morris worked extensively on acquisitions in private industry while with Lone Star Industries, Inc., and in public accounting while with Coopers & Lybrand LLP.
Mr. Morris has authored several other Wiley books, including "Software Industry Accounting," which received the Association of American Publishers award for Best New Professional Book in Accounting Practice for 1993. The first edition of his book, "Mergers and Acquisitions," received the Association of American Publishers award for Best New Professional Book in AccountingPractice for 1995.

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