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Partner added to PwC Milwaukee practice

25 March 2011

PricewaterhouseCoopers in the US has hired Sean Rutter as a tax partner. He will be based in PwC’s Milwaukee office, part of the firm’s Greater Chicago region.

Rutter’s focus areas are tax accounting and international tax and he has...



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