Back when Massachusetts’ Jack Welch was in charge of General Electric, anyone questioning the integrity of the company’s products or services could expect a fusillade of rebuttals. But when Welch, last Friday, made the incendiary claim that the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ unemployment report was corrupted and that “these Chicago guys will do anything,” without offering any evidence, he seemed dumbfounded by the chorus of condemnations that followed.
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