Tim Geithner

He’s also ruled out War And Pissed Off, No, Go Fuck YOURself, John Mack, Once I Think I’m Out…Tim Geithner’s Treasury Department, My Own Personal Guantanamo Bay, and Fucking Lettuce, much to our dismay. Read more »

You would think that after busting his ass for four miserable years, getting (figuratively, that we know of) pissed on by his boss, fucked with by Joe Biden, shat on by heads of public companies, and bitched out by John Mack, that things could go his way, just once. That after having surgery to remove a gigantic kidney stone, being forced to watch his vacant Larchmont home sit on the market, having to reduce his asking price for a first and then second time, the stars could once– just once!– align in his favor. You would think all of this, but you would be wrong. Read more »

“There is a lot of talk about who might be the next Fed chairman. Larry Fink is saying it could be Timothy Geithner. He’s not a bad choice, he ran the Treasury Department and BlackRock is very close to the Treasury Department. Fink is telling friends on the street not to rule out Geithner.” [FBN]

The ex-Treasury Secretary apparently loves to party and has time on his hands. Read more »

According to CG, there’s a desk at BlackRock waiting for the former Treasury Secretary when he’s ready. Read more »

  • 18 Mar 2013 at 5:07 PM

Someone Please (Please?!) Buy Tim Geithner’s House

Curbed reports the former treasury secretary has listed his 2,537 square foot Bethesda home, purchased when he took the Washington gig, for $995,000. Read more »

After saying as recently as 6 months ago that he wasn’t a book writing kind of guy, the former Treasury Secretary, as predicted, has agreed to a deal with Crown Publishing to “chronicle how decisions were made during the most harrowing moments of the crisis, when policy makers faced a fog of uncertainty, risked catastrophic outcomes, and had no institutional memory or recent precedent to guide them.” No word on whether or not the above working title will make the final copy but surely we can expect this incident to be discussed at length. [WaPo, earlier]