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Mr. Bailout: The Man Chosen To Oversee $700B
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Mr. Bailout: The Man Chosen To Oversee $700B

Mr. Bailout: The Man Chosen To Oversee $700B

Mr. Bailout: The Man Chosen To Oversee $700B
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Neel Kashkari

35-year-old Goldman Sachs alum Neel Kashkari has been selected to head the Treasury's new Office of Financial Stability. He is currently the assistant secretary of the Treasury Department. AP Photo/U.S. Treasury Dept., Chris Taylor hide caption

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Treasury Sec. Henry Paulson has announced that 35-year-old Neel Kashkari is interim head of the Treasury's new Office of Financial Stability. Madeleine Brand talks to The Wall Street Journal's Deborah Solomon about the Goldman Sachs Group alum who will be in charge of the $700 billion bailout package.

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