Econ 101: March 4, 2013

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  • Banks are finding more evidence of improper foreclosures on members of the military. [New York Times]
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is concerned about what would happen to the economy if stimulus measures are ended too early. [The Hill]
  • The stock market could achieve record highs this week. [CNBC]
  • Nearly half of teachers say they aren’t prepared to teach the new Common Core curriculum. [Education Week]
  • Swiss voters overwhelmingly backed a referendum involving a slew of reforms to rein in executive pay. [Wall Street Journal]
  • President Obama is expected to name Sylvia Mathews Burwell, who heads Walmart’s philanthropic division, to run the Office of Management and Budget. [Washington Post]
  • GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell (KY) reiterated yesterday that Republicans will not agree to any budget deal that includes new revenue. [The Hill]