Pete Buttigieg Releases Names Of His McKinsey Clients – By Antonia Blumberg (Huff Post) / Dec 10 2019
The Democratic presidential candidate worked at the controversial consulting firm from 2007 to 2010.
Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg has released the names of the clients he worked with during his time at the controversial consulting firm McKinsey & Co.
The disclosure comes a day after McKinsey said it was releasing Buttigieg from a confidentiality agreement that the South Bend, Indiana, mayor had previously pointed to as his reason for withholding the names of his former clients.
Here’s the list his campaign released:
The clients he named are Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Loblaw’s, Best Buy, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy, the Energy Foundation, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Postal Service.
He also said he worked for “other nonprofit environmental groups, and several utility companies,” but gave no more details on those.
“Now, voters can see for themselves that my work amounted to mostly research and analysis,” he said in a statement. “They can also see that I value both transparency and keeping my word.”