Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Enron, McKinsey, Tony Blair, Cabinet Secretary


"Enron, which was paying McKinsey as much as $10 million in annual fees, is just one of an unusual number of embarrassing client failures for the elite consulting firm. Besides Enron, there's Swiss-air, Kmart, and Global Crossing - all McKinsey clients that have filed for bankruptcy in relatively short order."


"A former management consultant controversially hired by Tony Blair to head Downing Street's policy unit will have a role in deciding the appointment of Britain's most senior civil servant, the Guardian has learned.

"The prime minister has delayed the decision on who should become the new £220,000-a-year cabinet secretary while he takes the advice of David Bennett, a former partner with the global US consultancy McKinsey, on the appointment."


"There have been at least 20 CIA agents on the payroll of Enron."

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