Washington’s revolving door continued spinning Wednesday with the appointment of a new Treasury secretary and the unexpected resignation of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s longtime chairman.

On his way in as President-elect George W. Bush’s Secretary of the Treasury is Paul O’Neill, chairman of the Pittsburgh-based Aluminum Company of America. On his way out is Arthur Levitt, the longest-serving chairman in the SEC’s 66-year history.

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