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White House meets Wall Street

February 01, 2011   Lawrence Delevingne

After two years of scolding Wall Street, the Obama White House is now in listening mode.

John Levin, a longtime hedge fund investor and founder of Levin Capital Strategies, organized a dinner at his Manhattan home for top administration officials in December to hear from frustrated business leaders. According to Charles Gasparino in the New York Post, guests included Loews CEO James Tisch, Berkshire Hathaway’s Ajit Jain and Honeywell chief executive David Cote.


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