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Adam Glanzman / The New York Times QUINCY, Mass. - At the edge of an industrial park in this suburb south of Boston, past a used-car auction lot and a defunct cheese factory, is an unmarked warehouse bristling with security cameras and bustling with activity.
As the Oscar for best picture was being presented at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday night, Tim Ryan, the US chairman of PwC, was sitting in a plush seat in the Dolby Theatre, watching with satisfaction. PwC, a London-based accounting firm, has tabulated the votes for the Academy Awards for 83 years.
"Not since Janet Jackson and her wardrobe malfunction on the Super Bowl have we seen something quite as glaring as this snafu," said Andrew D. Gilman, chief executive of the crisis communications firm CommCore Consulting Group. Although most of PricewaterhouseCoopers' clients are aware that mistakes can happen, "the name of the firm has unfortunately been a little sullied," he added.