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TREASURY SECRETARY

N.Y. Fed chief an unconventional, but compatible, choice

TIMOTHY F. GEITHNER TIMOTHY F. GEITHNER
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / November 25, 2008

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In many respects, Timothy F. Geithner is an unconventional choice for secretary of the Treasury. With little private-sector experience and none as a commercial banker, he has maintained the lowest of political profiles despite spending most of his adult life in top posts at key government agencies, the last five years as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New ... (Full article: 760 words)

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