"Econ 101: April 29, 2013"
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- Small banks and credit unions, normally foes, are teaming up to support legislation that would rein in “too big to fail” banks. [The Hill]
- President Obama will nominate Charlotte mayor Anthony Foxx as his next transportation secretary. [New York Times]
- The owner of the Bangladeshi plant that collapsed and killed more than 300 workers was arrested by law enforcement authorities Sunday. [Associated Press]
- U.S. Steel locked out 978 of its workers at a Canadian steel plant, according to union officials. [Wall Street Journal]
- Greece passed a reform law that will allow it to tap more emergency loans from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. [Reuters]
- The U.S. blocked cash bonus payments to executives at General Motors. [Wall Street Journal]
- Boeing’s troubled 787 Dreamliner returned to commercial service in Ethiopia this weekend. [Wall Street Journal]