Anne Mulcahy

7 Possible Replacements for Timothy Geithner

News reports said Treasury Secretary Geithner wanted to leave his post once debt negotiations were complete. With that milestone past, speculation now turns toward potential successors. The stakes are high, with unemployment at 9.2% and partisan theatrics as melodramatic as ever. Here are seven candidates that the president might do well to consider.

Will Jeff Immelt Be Larry Summers' Replacement?

In theory, the role of the director of the White House National Economic Council is to present the president with an unbiased range of economic opinions. Larry Summers didn't do that -- he promoted his own views instead. But what will his successor do -- and will it make any difference?