Downward Mobility

Rudy Giuliani's Hard Times

A little over a year ago, many expected (or feared) that Rudy Giuliani would be our next president. Now, the former New York City mayor may be having trouble keeping his consulting firm afloat. The New York Post reports that Giuliani Partners currently employees about 30 people, down from 60 two years ago. According to sources, Rudy is hardly ever there, and “the firm's client list has thinned out in the past few years, as have partner salaries.” The company denies that it has cut salaries, says that, while it has less clients than before, they are higher-priced, and insists that “Rudy's spending more time than ever at the company.”