Former accountant Gerard T. Gabrys realized early on that business success revolves around more than numbers.After graduating from the University of Notre Dame in 1970, Gabrys joined the Chicago-based accounting firm Arthur Andersen LLP, where he planned to spend his entire career as a public accountant. Shortly thereafter, however, he had an epiphany he wasn’t counting on. “The higher you progress in public accounting, it’s less about numbers,” says Gabrys, now president and ...
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