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

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)

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  • This Game is so Rigged
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    Does anyone else have a problem with the head of the French Socialist Party staying in a suite that's $3,000 per night?


    He should have spent $500 for the room and gotten a Spitzer girl with the difference.


    The hubris is just disgusting.
    17 May 2011, 08:08 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Clark
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    We're paying for that $3,000 a night hotel room with fringe benefits. Apparently this guy has been raping maids for some time and the IMF just stood by and smiled.


    Get out the axe. Do we need an IMF?
    18 May 2011, 12:25 AM Reply Like
  • TomasViewPoint
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    Can someone make a case for the IMF when the US is really the banker behind it along with a few other large economies?


    This is similar to the UN which is a zoo funded primarily by the US.
    17 May 2011, 08:26 PM Reply Like
  • Mister Ed
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    Ryker Island - Lifestyles of the rich and famous.
    17 May 2011, 08:49 PM Reply Like
  • spald_fr
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    I recommend Paul Wolfowitz, just for spite.
    17 May 2011, 09:05 PM Reply Like
  • RMF - Rethinking Modern Fin...
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    Its the perfect time to merge the IMF and the World Bank. It would save a lot of money too! But, I am sure it will not happen, not yet anyway. So sad.
    17 May 2011, 09:14 PM Reply Like
  • valueinvestor123
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    A real man admits when he is wrong and so I will do so. I was wrong because we finally found a criminal banker that Geithner won't defend. I always thought he defended all criminal bankers.
    17 May 2011, 09:31 PM Reply Like
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