"Best" U.S. Companies Boasts CPA Firms, Great Plains

Fortune magazine has released its annual list of the Best Companies to work for in America, and making the list this year were two Big 5 firms and one accounting software giant.

Great Plains, a popular provider of back-end office solutions, came in the highest of the three accounting-related companies at Number 15. Deloitte & Touche ranked number 31, and Ernst & Young came in at number 86.

Fortune annually surveys companies in America by sending 250 random questionnaires to company employees, asking them to provide feedback to the magazine based on a variety of factors. Results are tallied and then released.

Leading the list this year of the Most Admired companies is General Electric, followed by Microsoft, Dell Computers and Cisco Systems.

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