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  1. coronavirus
    McKinsey to Work on Trump’s Coronavirus Plan and New York’s ‘Trump-Proof’ PlanThe N.Y. and N.J. governors hired McKinsey to “Trump-proof” their coronavirus plan, which may prove difficult as the firm is also working for Trump.
  2. immigration
    ICE Didn’t Need McKinsey’s Help to Abuse DetaineesThe consulting firm provided ICE with inhuman cost-cutting recommendations. But the moral rot is coming from inside the agency.
  3. questionable recruitment
    Female Stanford MBAs Will Work for ManicuresSo thinks McKinsey & Company.
  4. work-life balance
    Fancy Consulting Firms Miss Their MomsMcKinsey joins Bain and Boston in luring back female talent.
  5. careless whispers
    Raj Gupta Was Merely Trying to Fulfill His Destiny As a Billionaire EagleWhen Raj Rajaratnam gave him the chicken flu.
  6. ink-stained wretches
    McKinsey Is Back in at Condé NastDum dum DUM.
  7. ballsy crimes
    Alleged Rajaratnam Co-Conspirator BucklesMcKinsey partner Anil Kumar, writer of awesome pop songs, looks ready to make a deal with prosecutors.
  8. party lines
    Lauren Santo Domingo: Vogue Has Pizza and Cupcake PartiesBut they did not have one for Anna’s birthday this week.
  9. party lines
    Akon Would Have Performed for Downsizing GQ for FreeThey just didn’t ask.
  10. media deathwatch
    Condé Nast Layoffs Reach GQ, Vanity Fair [Updated]“They said they couldn’t handle laying off everybody all at once. So every magazine has a scheduled day.”
  11. obviousness
    McKinsey Consultants Likely to Advise Condé Nast to Cut Back on Photo ShootsAlso, they’re apparently a sexy bunch.
  12. ink-stained wretches
    McKinsey Picks Its First Targets: Vogue and Condé Nast TravelerWe can’t wait for the movie version of this.
  13. in vogue
    Teen Vogue Accessories Department Safe From CutbacksThe accessories director is leaving, but her position hasn’t been eliminated.
  14. New Yorker Safe From Condé CutsExcept for the Orangina.
  15. Condé Nast Cost-Cuts ReceptionistsBut who will guard the pearly gates? Who will answer the published phone numbers?
  16. ink-stained wretches
    Condé Nast Cost-Cutting: Baby StepsToday, editors learned that they would be losing their newspaper subscriptions.
  17. ink-stained wretches
    Condé Publisher Mentions Magazine ‘Profitability,’ Staffers Go Nuts“There are no sacred cows!”
  18. ink-stained wretches
    McKinsey’s Second Visit to Si’s House Will Make Condé Less ‘Condé’We talked to an expert about what to expect from the consulting firm as it looks at the venerable magazine company.