James Lambright, chief investment officer of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, has become one of the most powerful men in the world of finance. Since October, Lambright has engineered roughly $350 billion in deals for the government. He influences the appointments of company board members and offers advice to leading executives. Known for his bluntness, Lambright has been thrust into the spotlight of one of the largest government interventions in the private sector.

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