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Some lawmakers don't want to lift that $14 trillion ceiling. Instead, they say pay interest to holders of government debt. Everyone else could get left holding the bag.
Google runs a search-engine sting operation that appears to catch Microsoft in the act of copying Google's algorithm. It's the latest battle in the escalating war between the giants.
New York Times columnist David Leonhardt talks with Bob Moon about the paradox of corporate taxes: why big corporations like Yahoo and General Electric pay taxes that aren't very high, and whether anything can be done about it.
Marketplace for Wednesday, February 2, 2011