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  1. Apr 18, 2020 · Washington Post: Paul H. O’Neill, treasury secretary and critic of George W. Bush administration, dies at 84: After he was dismissed from the Cabinet, he criticized Bush tax cuts and plans to invade Iraq. Link to full-text via ProQuest U.S. Newsstream.

  2. Apr 18, 2020 · Paul H. O’Neill, a corporate executive who was President George W. Bush’s first treasury secretary, only to become a leading critic of the administration after he was fired from his Cabinet post...

  3. Paul Henry O'Neill (December 4, 1935 – April 18, 2020) was an American businessman and politician. He served as the 72nd United States Secretary of the Treasury for part of President George W. Bush's first Administration. He resigned in December 2002 under pressure from the administration and became a harsh critic.

  4. Apr 18, 2020 · Paul O’Neill, Treasury Secretary Who Clashed With Bush, Dies at 84 He was “fearless,” a former colleague said, in pressing ideas based on facts and evidence. His independence cost him his job....

  5. Mar 4, 2019 · Paul H. O’Neill's career was marked by leadership and vision, which he applied across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors—the same three sectors of the economy the O’Neill School addresses in our teaching and research. A Playbook for Habitual Excellence A Leader's Roadmap from the Life and Work of Paul H. O'Neill, Sr.

  6. Paul H. O'Neill Alcoa 1987–1999 Industry: Metals Era: 1980 Not only did O'Neill lead Alcoa to become the world's largest aluminum conglomerate, he gave the company a solid image of integrity, emphasizing life-long learning by all employees, and making occupational safety and environmental concerns synonymous with good leadership. Personal

  7. Paul Henry O'Neill was an American businessman and government official who served as the 72nd United States secretary of the treasury for part of President George W. Bush's first term, from January 2001 to December 2002. He was fired in December 2002 for his public disagreement with the administration.

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