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Henry Paulson's Tenure

The Treasury Secretary's term comes to an end as the nation faces economic uncertainty in the middle of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.

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A Skeptical Outsider Becomes Bush's 'Wartime General'
Article | Second of two articles The pressure on Henry M. Paulson Jr. in early September was greater than at any other time during his tenure as Treasury secretary. As he pored over the books of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, he discovered that they were about to collapse and that the financia...
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A Conversion in 'This Storm'
Article | First of two articles Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. had a stern message for more than two dozen of the nation's most powerful hedge fund managers gathered in the third-floor conference room near his office. Paulson told them it was time to begin regulating the opaque realm of hedge fun...

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