The kpmG advisory layoffs have come in, and the news isn’t great.
But the fact that the firm’s executives are making big money on their compensation has left people scratching their heads.
As of Tuesday morning, KPMG had reported a loss of $4.1 billion.
That’s the largest loss in its history, according to Morningstar, a ratings firm.
According to the firm, the total revenue it has been losing has risen from $6.9 billion to $7.3 billion.
While the company has a good history of operating at profit, it still needs to cut costs and get better at forecasting the future.
If the firm can’t cut costs or get better, it’s likely to be in trouble.
KPMg is known for predicting a market correction and being one of the biggest players in the industry.
It was once the largest corporate advisory firm in the world, and it’s still one of its biggest clients.
The firm’s advisory fees are a big part of its revenue, and that’s why the firm has lost money every quarter, even when its revenue growth is strong.
According the Morningstar report, Kpmg has been able to maintain its profit margins by raising fees.
However, the company’s losses have been far bigger than the losses it had in the prior years.
KpmG reported a $4,716 million loss in 2016.
It’s likely that Kpmghs current losses will be larger than the $4 billion it lost last year.
According a report by Bloomberg, Kramers stock price dropped by 20 percent on Tuesday, from $1.30 to $1,230.
Kramergs stock fell by $1 to $10.00 in the last three months.
Krams stock is currently trading at about $9.70.