White House may be considering Lindsey for Fed

The White House is expanding its search for a successor for Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, according to a report Thursday, including former Bush adviser Lawrence Lindsey among the candidates.

Greenspan's term ends in January, and the Wall Street Journal reports that the White House wants to look beyond the three candidates mentioned frequently: Martin Feldstein of Harvard University, Glenn Hubbard, a former head of Bush's Council of Economic Advisors; and Ben Bernanke, who left the F

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