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You had one job: Meet the firm behind the Oscars' biggest blunder

Before Sunday night, PricewaterhouseCoopers was known to the general public for one thing -- counting Academy Awards ballots. Now it's known for the most epic blunder in the history of the awards.

The firm PwC admits that it was an error on its part that caused the best picture award to be mistakenly presented to La La Land instead of Moonlight on Sunday's show, and it apologized for the error.

Sunday's flub strikes at the heart of why PwC has the high profile job of counting Oscar b

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