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Unformatted text preview: As of 12:36 a.m. EDT Thursday, May 10, 2007 LOG OUT Special Offer Subscribe to the print Journal today and receive 8 weeks FREE! Click Here! advertisement MORE TODAY'S MOST POPULAR 1. Chrysler Deal Heralds New Direction for Detroit 2. Mortgage Woes Push Banks to Big Discounts 3. Taking the HDTV Plunge 4. NBC Announces Fall Schedule 5. How to Be a Star in a YouTube World Personalized Home Page Setup Put headlines on your homepage about the companies, industries and topics that interest you most. Timeline World Bank's Wolfowitz Controversy May 10, 2007 12:36 a.m. 2005 June 1-- Paul Wolfowitz becomes World Bank president. July 21-- After weeks of negotiations, Mr. Wolfowitz proposes to recuse himself for "any influence over personnel decisions" involving friend Shaha Riza, but that she remain at World Bank and that he not be barred from "professional contact." July 27-- World Bank Board's Ethics Committee suggests Ms. Riza "be relocated to a position beyond (potential) supervising influence of Mr. Wolfowitz" and, because she would be out of running for a higher position inside the Bank, be given an "in situ promotion." Aug. 8-- Ethics Committee tells Mr. Wolfowitz to have Ms. Riza work out details with Bank human-resources vice president, Xavier Coll. Aug. 11-- Mr. Wolfowitz sends Mr. Coll a letter -- not seen by executive directors, Ethics Committee or general counsel -- dictating terms of Ms....
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- Finance, World Bank Group, Robert Zoellick, Paul Wolfowitz, Shaha Riza