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Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and White House senior economic adviser Larry Lindsey submitted their resignations Friday as administration officials began a reshuffling of President Bush's financial team.
Secretary of the Treasury O'Neill answers questions about the Bush administration's economic package, the Enron collapse and the future of Argentina.
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill talks about Wall Street recovery and the beleaguered U.S. economy.
Citing his experience both in the Office of Management and Budget and the private sector, George W. Bush has tapped Alcoa chairman Paul O'Neill to serve as the next Secretary of the Treasury.
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