In Battle to Name McKinsey Clients, Discretion Carries Day

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  • Judge says consulting giant must produce names, but under seal
  • Opponents cite potential conflicts in bankruptcy cases

Consulting giant McKinsey & Co., which built an $8.3 billion business in part by keeping quiet about who it’s advising, has weathered a challenge that would have revealed the names of scores of its clients.

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