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Sneader said in the note to former employees, whom McKinsey, adopting the practice of universities, calls “alumni.” The note was sent to The Times by a former employee. McKinsey’s current contract with ICE began during the Obama administration. Most of the work was done after Mr. Trump took office, records show. McKinsey’s involvement in the South African corruption scandal stemmed from its consulting contract with Eskom, the state-owned electricity provider. McKinsey came under fire because of the size of the payout and because its partner was linked to a business associate of three Indian immigrant brothers who have been accused of using their relationship with Mr. Zuma’s family to siphon money from the state. McKinsey has paid back the 1 billion rand (about $74.7 million) in fees it took for its work with Eskom. In his speech in Johannesburg on Monday, Mr. Sneader said the contract went against McKinsey’s policy of putting the client’s interests ahead of its own. “Our commercial approach led to a fee that was too large,” he said.
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Polish charity gets huge phone bill thanks to stork By News from Elsewhere... ...as found by BBC Monitoring These are external links and will open in a new window Image copyright Christine Jung/BIA/Minden Pictures Image caption White storks (ciconia ciconia) migrate to Africa in the winter months A Polish charity has received a huge phone bill after it lost a GPS tracker that it had placed on the back of a stork, it's reported. According to official broadcaster Radio Poland , the environmental EcoLogic Group placed a tracker on the back of a white stork last year to track the bird's migratory habits. It travelled some 3,700 miles (6,000kms), and was traced to the Blue Nile Valley in eastern Sudan before the charity lost contact. EcoLogic told the Super Express newspaper that somebody found the tracker in Sudan, removed the sim card and put it in their own phone, where they then racked up 20 hours' worth of phone calls. Radio Poland says that the organisation has received a phone bill of over 10,000 Polish zloty ($2,700; £2,064), which it will have to pay. Stork-tagging plays an important role in environmentalists' research and conservation of migratory birds, and data from micro-GPS trackers can be used to help scientists assess birds' habits, social behaviour and threats. Although the white stork is not currently at risk, industrialisation and the draining of wetlands pushed the species towards near-extinction in Europe some fifty years ago.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-44645217 shopping online vs in store shopping apps introduction of online shopping