Washington -- The board of embattled mortgage finance concern Fannie Mae unanimously chose interim chief executive Daniel Mudd to serve in that post on a permanent basis.
Mudd, 46, a former executive at GE Capital and a decorated marine veteran, took the reins of the company six months ago following a massive accounting scandal that resulted in the ouster of incumbent CEO Franklin Raines.
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