Fannie Mae's Former Chief Fights to Clear His Name
After Daniel Mudd was forced out as chief executive officer of Fannie Mae when the government seized the company in September 2008, he headed for the river. In the weeks following his dismissal, the 6-foot-4 former Marine, a onetime U.S. Olympic rowing prospect, buzzed his receding gray hair into military style and took a boat out on the Potomac—gathering strength to rebuild his career, according to his friends.
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