"Econ 101: February 22, 2013"
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- President Obama renewed talks with Republican leaders over looming budget cuts. [Reuters]
- Economists predict the Eurozone economy will shrink again in 2013. [Wall Street Journal]
- Business and labor groups have reached an agreement over immigration reform. [Associated Press]
- Citigroup will begin tying executive pay and bonuses to performance and profitability. [Reuters]
- The number of American homes behind on mortgage payments is at its lowest level in four years, according to one survey. [Wall Street Journal]
- Schools are preparing for cuts in federal funding because of sequestration. [Washington Post]
- In a sign that the industry is bouncing back, American auto manufacturers are all hiring. [New York Times]
- Consumers are cutting back after the end of the payroll tax cut, a survey suggests. [CNN Money]