The Senate Finance Committee's confirmation hearing for Treasury Secretary-nominee Henry Paulson got off to a smooth start this week.
Paulson, 60, the chairman and chief executive of investment banking firm Goldman Sachs, would become President Bush's third Treasury secretary if confirmed as expected.
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