WASHINGTON -- The lame-duck chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has announced major organizational changes, surprising people inside and outside the agency.

Acting Chairman Andrew C. Hove Jr., whose term expires in February, shuffled four top officials and replaced one of the FDIC's four divisions with three new units.

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