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Washington Post

The stimulus package Congress passed last night imposes new limits on executive compensation that could significantly curb multimillion dollar pay packages on Wall Street and goes much further than restrictions proposed by the Obama administration la

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arclein

In the meantime, what else has happened? The real global economy slammed on the brakes and shook off excess use of credit and inventory. All commodity prices have collapsed back to painful levels, including that of oil. Surplus inventories and capaci

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arclein

The globe has lost half of its wealth and associated credit. Please sit down and consider that for a while. This means that no loans can be profitably called. All bank assets are technically under water. That means that their capital base is really z

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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will notify up to 20,000 state employees on Friday that their jobs will be eliminated if lawmakers fail to balance the state's budget by then, closing a shortfall of more than $40 billion, a spokesman said on

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NY Times

Wall Street banks have taken billions of taxpayer dollars. Now some of them are starting to wonder if they should give the money back. Banking executives worry that the government may intrude further into their businesses as long as they are beholden

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Wall Street Journal

As Sacramento squabbles over the state's $42 billion deficit, Californians are getting a bitter taste of what's to come after the steep budget cuts that are inevitable when legislators and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger finally hammer out a deal.

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Mark Yannone

The intended consequences of the federal government's economic stimulus plan are almost too great for Peter Schiff to forecast.

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AP

The post office will get an extra 2-cents worth when you mail a letter starting in May. The U.S. Postal Service announced the price of a first-class stamp will rise to 44 cents on May 11. That gives plenty of time to stock up on Forever Stamps, which

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Automotive Manufacturing News Publications

JL Mealer or MealerAMC has released a time tested plan to ressurect the US economy. The world will follow this plan and they are ready and willing to make this happen. Obama can keep his Change.. and return the 1.6 Trillion our children will owe Uncl

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Edwin Sumcad

The hunting ground for “war criminals” under the standard set by the new administration’s legal bloodhounds is rich with game preys. Beyond Bush are detention camps across the country ready to house the crowd to be investigated [read Part I].

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AP

President Barack Obama's economic recovery plan has passed the Senate and is on its way to difficult House-Senate negotiations. Just 3 Republicans helped pass the plan on a 61-37 vote and they're already signaling they'll play hardball to

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AP

Wholesalers cut back on their inventories in December by the largest amount in 16 years, slashing stockpiles amid the deepening recession. The reduction means wholesalers ordered fewer new goods, leading to reduced production and potentially more job

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