"Econ 101: May 31, 2011"
Welcome to ThinkProgress Economy’s morning link roundup. This is what we’re reading. Have you seen any interesting news? Let us know in the comments section.
– The House of Representatives is expected to reject an increase in the nation’s debt ceiling today, “setting the stage for a long summer of heated negotiations.”
– Democrats hitch a ride on the auto industry’s rebound.
– The U.S. homeownership rate “is now back to the level of 1998, and some housing experts say it could decline to the level of the 1980s or even earlier.”
– Bank of America forecloses on one of its own branches.
– Former Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH) joins Goldman Sachs as an international adviser.
– Speaking of Goldman, the mega-bank made a very expensive typo.
– “Two former admissions recruiters at the University of Phoenix have filed a federal whistle-blower lawsuit that accuses the giant for-profit university of continuing to violate a ban on paying recruiters based on the number of students they enroll,” the Chronicle of Higher Ed reports.