- Credit rating agency Moody's is again threatening a downgrade of the US's credit rating unless Congress approves a significant long-term debt reduction plan in 2013.
- Back in Congress before the fall campaign break, House Republicans plan legislation to strip President Obama's state reporting waivers from welfare reform legislation.
- A smaller than expected rise in employer-based health insurance premiums in 2012 is good news, but costs are still outpacing inflation and wages.
- Germany's top court cleared the way for the ECB's bailout fund program, but conditions have been imposed on its use.
- Some publishers are already seeing lower e-book prices in the wake of the Department of Justice settlement with Apple.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Posted by Zandar