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Donald Trumps looks to executives to help him run the White House
From the former head of Goldman Sachs to the former chief executive of ExxonMobile, president-elect Trump is looking to the business world staff his administration.
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Rex Wayne Tillerson, who was nominated to be Secretary of State, is the chair and CEO of ExxonMobil Corporation.

Rex Wayne Tillerson, who was nominated to be Secretary of State, is the chair and CEO of ExxonMobil Corporation. 

Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn will serve as director of the National Economic Council, heading a department with a key role in policymaking.

Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn will serve as director of the National Economic Council, heading a department with a key role in policymaking.
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Steven Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs hedge funder and Hollywood producer, was tapped for Treasury Secretary.

Steven Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs hedge funder and Hollywood producer, was tapped for Treasury Secretary.

Andrew Puzder, a restaurant executive who operates several fast-food chains including Carl’s Jr and Hardee’s, was chosen for Secretary of Labor.

Andrew Puzder, a restaurant executive who operates several fast-food chains including Carl’s Jr and Hardee’s, was chosen for Secretary of Labor.
(The Associated Press)

Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross was chosen to lead the Department of Commerce.

Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross was chosen to lead the Department of Commerce.
(The Associated Press)

Former wrestling executive Linda McMahon, who founded and built World Wrestling Entertainment, was tapped to lead the Small Business Administration.

Former wrestling executive Linda McMahon, who founded and built World Wrestling Entertainment, was tapped to lead the Small Business Administration.
(AP)

Donald Trumps looks to executives to help him run the White House

From the former head of Goldman Sachs to the former chief executive of ExxonMobile, president-elect Trump is looking to the business world staff his administration.

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