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Bush Taps Kellogg CEO for Commerce Secretary

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Bush Taps Kellogg CEO for Commerce Secretary

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Bush Taps Kellogg CEO for Commerce Secretary

Bush Taps Kellogg CEO for Commerce Secretary

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President Bush chooses Carlos Gutierrez, CEO of Kellogg Co., to succeed Don Evans as secretary of Commerce. A native of Cuba, Gutierrez began working at Kellogg as a truck driver and became president of the company in 1998. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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