Boeing employees work on a plane engine at the company's factory in Everett, Wash. The Obama administration's corporate tax cut proposal would offer even deeper cuts for U.S. manufacturers like Boeing. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama's Corporate Tax Cut Plan Faces Uphill Battle

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Bailout Will Help Greece Meet Bond Obligations

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Bondholders Could Lose Big In Greece Bailout Plan

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Does Contraception Really Pay For Itself?

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GOP presidential candidates (from left) Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul place their hands over their hearts during the national anthem at the start of a debate in Florida last month. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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The GOP Elixir: Candidates Campaign On Tax Cuts

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Fed Keeps Short-Term Interest Rates Low

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Tax Returns Show Romney's Complicated Finances

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Government Makes Arrests In Insider Trading Probe

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In 2010, Arizona sold 22 buildings in its state capitol complex to help deal with budget deficits. Gov. Jan Brewer recently asked representatives to buy back three of the buildings, including the State House of Representatives (right), as the state's financial situation has improved. The Old Arizona Capitol Building (left) was not part of the deal. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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States' Fiscal Future Starts To Look A Bit Brighter

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Kodak's Steven J. Sasson holds the world's first digital camera, which he built in 1975, at Kodak headquarters in Rochester, N.Y., in 2005. The company is now trying to sell about a thousand patents for digital photography to prevent bankruptcy. David Duprey/AP hide caption

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A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

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2 Foreign Firms Invest In U.S. Energy Sector

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A trader walks in New York City's financial district on Sept. 12, a day when stocks fell early based on fears that the Greek government would default, then rallied on news that China might buy Italian debt. This year, what sent the market into a tailspin often took place overseas. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Even Finish Masks Volatile Year For U.S. Economy

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Rotterdam Port Feels Effects Of European Debt Crisis

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