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KPMG/BearingPoint

 
#1 KPMG/BearingPoint
03/10/2002 00:00

Rob Welch

BearingPoint? I guess if you're called Rand Blazer (sic) it might make sense....as in "completely lost our bearings..." I thought the short-lived "Monday" was bad enough: but this takes the biscuit. That, I have to say, is the 100 year equity hitting the floor.

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#2 Re: KPMG/BearingPoint
04/10/2002 00:00

Chris Pickles

If I remember my engineering theory correctly Bearings have no Point - I fear BearingPoint's client staff will have great fun with the new name.

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