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On The Rise: Jack Lew

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When Jack Lew's predecessor, Timothy Geithner, took up the reins as Treasury secretary in 2009, Wall Street was collapsing, the unemployment rate was spiking, and the deficit was racing toward $1.5 trillion. Four years later, the economy is improving and Lew's job managing the federal government's finances and regulating Wall Street is looking easier by the week. While the outlook is far from...

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