Econ 101: February 6, 2013

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"Econ 101: February 6, 2013"

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  • Nasdaq is negotiating a penalty with U.S. regulators over its botched handling of Facebook’s IPO. [Los Angeles Times]
  • President Obama yesterday demanded legislation to replace the spending cuts scheduled to occur in early March. [The Hill]
  • Some U.S. economists want to abolish the U.S. patent system. [Huffington Post]
  • The Royal Bank of Scotland will have to pay $627 million to British regulators for its role in a global rate-rigging scandal. [Reuters]
  • Dell plans to go private in a $24 billion deal, the largest since 2007. [New York Times]
  • China’s leaders unveiled a plan meant to reduce the nation’s income inequality. [CNN Money]
  • The Federal Reserve this week said that its website was briefly breached by hackers. [Reuters]
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