"Econ 101: November 21, 2012"
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- Hostess renewed plans to liquidate after it and its labor union failed to reach a deal in mediation talks. [New York Times]
- European leaders failed to reach an agreement over more aid for Greece. [New York Times]
- Two senators have proposed an emergency back-up plan in case fiscal cliff negotiations fail. [The Hill]
- New housing starts rose to their highest level in four years in October. [Reuters]
- U.S. food banks are short on food heading into the holidays after the worst drought in 50 years. [Reuters]
- New York’s attorney general filed suit against Credit Suisse for deceiving investors about mortgage-backed securities. [The Hill]
- Hewlett-Packard announced an $8.8 billion writedown due to accounting fraud by a company it acquired last year. [Bloomberg]