In a sense, PWC served as a kind of talent agency for Supreme Group, mentoring it, coaching it, and then earning a fee.
And then in 2009, a federal grand jury indicted PWC for allegedly engineering a massive fraud in its operations in Iraq.
PWC, which has changed its name (to Agility), has pleaded not guilty.
There's one thing notably absent from the PWC letter: income amounts.
Soon, Supreme Group balked at paying the fee to its mentor, PWC, prompting arbitration.