Felix And Alan: Now That's An Odd Couple

It may be fireworks at the Fed if Rohatyn gets the No.2 post

Nobody ever said that Felix G. Rohatyn was a shrinking violet. Now, the Lazard Freres & Co. investment banker, who was behind such major deals as the 1970s New York City bailout and the 1994 employee buyout of United Airlines, is about to take an even more prominent role: He's going to Washington--if he can win Senate confirmation, that is.

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