The New Yorker’s Surowiecki on Geithner

by Erin McCune on December 1, 2008

in Current Events, Finance, Regulatory Environment

The Financial Page in next week's New Yorker is devoted to Timothy Geithner:

For better or worse, we now live in a world in which the Treasury Secretary controls hundreds of billions of dollars in spending and shapes the fate of some of the nation’s biggest companies. That’s quite a job to ask someone to do.

If anyone is up to the task, Geithner seems to be.

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