Mayor Bloomberg doesn't want to be president of the World Bank
World Bank President Robert Zoellick announced that he's stepping down Wednesday - and despite a history of interest, our own Mayor Michael Bloomberg doesn't want the job.
The mayor wrote in his 2001 book that the World Bank presidency is a job he'd be interested in, but after Zoellick's announcement, Bloomberg's spokesman said the mayor won't replace him.
"He's not interested in the job and he already has a better one," spokesman Stu Loeser said.
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