An Army of Pete Buttigiegs

McKinsey consultants have packaged capitalism for decades, offering a glimpse into the moral compass of the ruling class.

In 1935, the mammoth retailer Marshall Field’s was bleeding cash. And so the company’s board of directors decided to bring in a man who had established a name for himself as a corporate makeover guru  — James O. McKinsey. McKinsey, sporting his signature blend of accounting, law, and management expertise, studied Marshall Field’s books for […]

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