Econ 101: April 3, 2012

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  • President Obama today plans to blast the House Republican budget as “an attempt to impose a radical vision on our country.” [Associated Press]
  • CEO take home pay climbed 10 percent in 2011. [Reuters]
  • The House Ways and Means Committee, which handles tax-writing, is the top committee for fundraising. [The Hill]
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating revisions to its financial statements that Groupon made before it went public. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Some investors are aiming to buy thousands of homes at deep discounts. [New York Times]
  • Will Apple stock clear $1,000 in the next 12 months? [Bloomberg]
  • Graduates from the class of 2012 are being offered more jobs and higher paychecks. [CNN Money]
  • What will a 50 percent unemployment rate do to Europe’s youth? [CNBC]