After helping to create TARP, Kashkari left spotlight

Neel Kashkari went to Washington three years ago to learn about the inner workings of the government and ended up being appointed by Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson to head up the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program. After seven months serving under two presidents, Mr. Kashkari resigned May 1. He has since moved away from Washington, D.C., to an "off the map" cabin in Northern California.

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