Bob Moon
Reporter, Marketplace
Iceland's former Prime Minister Geir Haarde speaks to the press on September 5, 2011 at the Icelandic Culture House in Reykjavik during his trial for allegedly contributing to the country's stunning economic collapse.
A worker installs a part while working on the assembly line at the Toledo Assembly Complex in Toledo, Ohio. After months of good economic news, durable goods orders are now down in the U.S.
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Parts of the broadcast spectrum will be auctioned off to help cover the costs of the payroll tax cut and extended long-term unemployment benefits. Even a sliver of spectrum could bring a big chunk of cash.
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U.S. factories increased their output for the second month running in January. Strong auto sales helped drive the surge.
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