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Econ 101: September 27, 2012

By Pat Garofalo and Travis Waldron on September 27, 2012 at 8:00 am

"Econ 101: September 27, 2012"

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  • The poorest Americans are forced to spend much more than they earn in order to survive. [Huffington Post]
  • The University of California will pay a $1 million settlement to students pepper-sprayed during an Occupy Wall Street protest on campus. [Wall Street Journal]
  • A new generation of mortgage scammers are trying to take advantage of the $25 billion foreclosure fraud settlement. [Washington Post]
  • The NFL reached an eight-year labor deal with its referees last night. [New York Times]
  • Spain’s prime minister will release a new budget today amidst ongoing anti-austerity protests. [Financial Times]
  • European Union regulators are preparing to charge Microsoft with failing to comply with an antitrust order. [Reuters]
  • China’s transition to a new group of leaders has blunted its ability to respond to its current economic downturn. [New York Times]

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