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Geithner Still Not Interested In Being Fed Chair

Reuters | Posted 11.15.2013 | Politics

WASHINGTON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is still not interested in being the next head the Federal Reserve, ...

Dan Froomkin

After Geithner, Treasury May Need A Woman's Touch | Dan Froomkin | Posted 11.25.2012 | Business

WASHINGTON -- The best way to make sure that the next secretary of the Treasury is not overly beholden to Wall Street might be to hire a woman. The...

Tim Geithner: Chrysler, GM Head U.S. Manufacturing's 'Comeback'

The Washington Post | Timothy Geithner | Posted 08.01.2011 | Business

Nothing about the president’s call was popular. It may have been more politically expedient to let Chrysler fail. But the president knew that if Chr...

Henry Paulson: 'Find The Right Job And Have It Be Something Where You Can Grow'

The Chicago Maroon | By Hannah Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | College

Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson criticized Congress's inaction leading up to the recent financial crisis and defended how he handled in a talk...

Vanity Fair: Henry Paulson’s Longest Night

Vanity Fair | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

It was February 2008, and Henry M. Paulson Jr., a prince of Wall Street turned secretary of the Treasury, was reflecting on his biggest achievement to...

China's Dollar Scam Must End

Diane Francis | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Diane Francis

The bilateral talks, or G-2, between the U.S. and China have resulted in little substantive progress. This is because there is a continuing, inexplicable failure on the part of the U.S. with other countries to pressure China to curb its currency manipulation.

Three Cheers for Robert E Rubin

Norman Horowitz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Norman Horowitz

As an Electrical Engineer who has functioned in the business of Television for almost 50 years, it surprises most people that I have been fascinated b...

The Missing Debate on Poverty

Linda Basch | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Linda Basch

The candidates' strategic messages on the welfare of the middle class were loud and clear during the debate, but it was their silence on poverty that was truly deafening.