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  • L.A. Democratic leader roots for Republican Donnelly

    L.A. Democratic leader roots for Republican Donnelly
    It's not often that a Democratic party leader roots for a Republican.
  • As memoir is released, Geithner defends his new private-equity job

    As memoir is released, Geithner defends his new private-equity job
    As Timothy F. Geithner began making the publicity rounds on Monday to push his newly released memoir, the former Treasury secretary defended his decision to join a top private-equity firm after leaving office last year. Critics have charged that...

    Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner joins private equity firm

    Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner joins private equity firm
    WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of the Treasury Timothy F. Geithner is becoming a financial industry executive, taking a high-level job with the private-equity firm Warburg Pincus, the firm announced Saturday. Geithner, who was a major player in the...

    JPMorgan's money is not enough [Editorial]

    JPMorgan's money is not enough  [Editorial]
    U.S. banks don't come any bigger than JPMorgan Chase, so no one should be surprised by the size of its settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice that was announced today — $13 billion to end civil litigation regarding mortgage lending...

    Timothy Geithner unapologetic in memoir of the financial crisis

    Timothy Geithner unapologetic in memoir of the financial crisis
    Former Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner never seemed to fit in the nation’s capital. And he knew it. He begins his memoir, “Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises,” by admitting that he was “an unorthodox choice&...