Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew Monday met with labor leaders, civil rights groups and left-leaning think tanks to discuss the economy, the first such meeting at Treasury for the new cabinet official.The session was closed to the press.Mr. Lew, sworn in as Treasury secretary on Feb. 28, is wasting little time in reaching out to different groups with distinct views on economic policy. On Tuesday he and Deputy Secretary Neal Wolin are set to meet with business executives at Treasury, also to discuss the slowly but steadily improving economy. On Thursday Mr. Lew will head to Atlanta to tour a Siemens manufacturing plant and join a roundtable with the Metro Atlanta Chamber.Mr. Lew was criticized during his nomination hearing for his ties to Wall Street--he worked at Citigroup Inc. (C) from 2006 until early 2009.A Treasury official said Mr. Lew met Monday with:-Mary Kay Henry, president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).-Lee Saunders, president of the American Federation of S...
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