Liberal Buttigieg critics take aim at McKinsey work for health insurer and supermarket chain

The release of Pete Buttigieg’s roster of clients at McKinsey & Company was supposed to quell concerns regarding his three-year tenure at the management consultant firm.

Yet revelations the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate advised health insurer Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Canadian supermarket chain Loblaws, among others, raised more questions about the 37-year-old’s corporate career before he left the firm in 2010 for a failed bid to become Indiana’s state treasurer.

Facing pressure from 2020 primary rivals, such as Elizabeth Warren, and reporters, Buttigieg’s campaign late on Tuesday disclosed the list of nine clients, starting from when he first joined McKinsey’s
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