"Econ 101: March 19, 2013"
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- A prominent corporate lobbying group will begin pushing tax reform that lowers the corporate rate to 25 percent and limits taxation overseas profits. [The Hill]
- The Senate advanced a spending measure to avoid a government shutdown, with final passage expected later in the week. [Reuters]
- The Senate Banking Committee will vote today on two of President Obama’s financial regulatory nominees. [The Hill]
- New Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping today. [CNBC]
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) and the state legislature have reached a tentative deal to raise New York’s minimum wage to $9 per hour. [New York Times]
- The National Football League is getting into the private equity business. [Wall Street Journal]
- eBay CEO John Donahue will get an 80 percent raise this year, bringing his total pay to $29.7 million. [Wall Street Journal]