12/8/2009

Neel Kashkari, who started and ran the government's $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, will join Pacific Investment Management Co. as a managing director and head of new investment initiatives, the company said Monday. Mr. Kashkari, who came from Goldman Sachs, was appointed to start the program under President George W. Bush's administration. He will work in the firm's office in Newport Beach, Calif.

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