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Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace, Wednesday, June 29, 2011
The Federal Reserve introduced a new regulation of debit card swipe fees. Bank of America has settled with investors for $8.5 billion over claims that it sold them bad loans. Commentator Robert Reich offered an alternative to supply-side job creation policy. States are struggling to overcome their budget woes, and many programs face deep cuts to accommodate mandatory Medicaid spending. Gas prices are falling, but why and for how long? Google introduces its new social networking tool Google+. Here are the songs we played:
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