Couples, Careers, And ConflictsBy
From the day in 1991 when he became Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve, David W. Mullins Jr. and his fianc e, Mary Ann Gadziala, have been trying to resolve a domestic conflict. Gadziala, a senior lawyer at the Securities & Exchange Commission, has shunned job feelers from banks and law firms, fearing that her relationship with the Fed governor could create an appearance of impropriety. "If you have high ethical standards, you must be extremely careful," she says.
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