By KATE KELLY
The Wall Street Journal
October 27, 2004, 10:09 AM EDT
One of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer’s investigators was perusing a stack of subpoenaed documents in a Manhattan office last month when he let out a yelp, slammed down his coffee and sprinted down the corridor.
The find, people in the office recall: a Marsh & McLennan Cos. employee’s e-mail soliciting a fake bid from an insurance company to help Marsh steer business to a favored provider.
The sleuth: Craig Winters, a 27-year-old intern. Read More