After being a hotbed of activity in the 1990's, consulting firms are facing an unexpected shrink in business. This, the WSJ reports, can be attributed to a host of factors other than just a sluggish economy. Though there are still somen who opine that the near future is bright, industry experts complain about the huge bills and egos that come along with hiring the consultant.
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