By: Diane Benjamin
Maybe if the local press did investigative reporting we would know. Why did the press not care when Matt Sorensen left State Farm under less than amicable circumstances. What does it take for State Farm to fire a high-ranking employee, let alone the McLean County Board Chairman?
We might know now.
Reuters is reporting: http://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2016/01/05/393755.htm
Ex-McKinsey Consulting Partner Charged with Fraud Against State Farm
A former partner at consulting firm McKinsey & Co has been arrested on charges that he engaged in a scheme to submit fraudulent invoices and expenses to the company and clients, including State Farm, for more than $890,000.
Navdeep Arora, who had been a senior partner in McKinsey’s Chicago office, was arrested on Sunday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation after arriving in New York following a flight from London, according to court papers.
He was named in an indictment filed in federal court in Chicago along with a former internal State Farm consultant, Matthew Sorensen, who the indictment said participated in the scheme.
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