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Timothy Geithner Lands Book Deal - Posted March 14, 2013
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has inked a book deal to write a "behind-the-scenes account of the American response to the global financial crisis" for Crown Publishers. Publication is set for 2014. Robert Barnett negotiated the deal with publisher ... [GalleyCat]

John Harwood's Been Questioning Candidates Since 1968 - Posted January 15, 2009
Gail Shister TVNewser Columnist In 1968, Washington Post reporter Richard Harwood took himself off Robert Kennedy's campaign bus because he had become too enamored w... [TVNewser]

The Ticker: Bloomberg, BBC, CBS... - Posted January 8, 2009
> Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson will appear in an exclusive interview tomorrow on Bloomberg during the NoonET hour. He'll be asked about the latest jobs report, the state of the economy and his legacy. > Tonight's installment in BBC World News America's "Notes to Obama" series comes from Univision anchor ... [TVNewser]

Hank Paulson Sits Down with Larry Kudlow - Posted October 15, 2008
Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson (whose name has already come up in the debate) sat down with Larry Kudlow tonight on CNBC's "Wall Street Crisis: Is Your Money Safe?" It's Paulso... [TVNewser]

Split Decision for Sunday Morning Shows - Posted September 25, 2008
This Week with George Stephanopoulos edged out NBC's Meet the Press in the A25-54 demo last Sunday. MTP still beat all its public affairs competitors in Total Viewers. The economic crisis was the big topic on all the shows. ABC had Treasury Secy. Hank Paulson, Sen. ... [TVNewser]

From D.C. to the U.N., A Busy Morning For the Cablers - Posted September 23, 2008
As Congress holds its first hearing into the $700 billion bailout, world leaders are addressing the U.N. General Assembly in New York. The cable news nets all carried President Bush's remarks just after 10amET. FOX was the only broadcast network to have an optional special report for affilia... [TVNewser]

CNBC Moves the Markets? (But Makes You Nervous?) - Posted September 19, 2008
Several reports late yesterday and today attribute some of the reason for the markets recovery yesterday afternoon to a CNBC report by ... [TVNewser]

Gregory's Humor Shows at the Close of Meet the Press - Posted August 11, 2008
FishbowlDC has the clip from yesterday's multi-national Meet the Press, where Tom Brokaw spoke with Treasury Secretary ... [TVNewser]

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