Posted on 11 January 2013.
Michael Hirsh, NJ
It was a little noted event when last fall, during the height of the presidential election campaign, the Treasury Department released Timothy Geithner's phone records. To the extent anyone paid attention at all""and let's face it, almost no one did""financial reporters were struck that the Treasury secretary's most frequent contact was Larry Fink of BlackRock, the world's largest money manager and Geithner's principal conduit to his many friends on Wall Street. But the even more telling name of Geithner's regular confidants, as the…
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