The IMF needs to set up a leadership plan with its boss "obviously not in the position" to run...

|By:, SA News Editor

The IMF needs to set up a leadership plan with its boss "obviously not in the position" to run it, Tim Geithner says in his first comment on Dominique Strauss-Kahn's arrest. Jockeying is already under way, with emerging-markets nations stumping for their representatives, Europe wanting a continental, and the U.S. still the fund's biggest single shareholder. (IMF news)