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In this issue:  Money-saving tips, faster trains, and Ben
Stein's opinion of the unemployed.

---Financial Services Industry---
Motley Fool reports that White House pay czar Kenneth
Feinberg said that from October 2008 through February 2009,
17 major financial companies that received bailout money
from the government subsequently overpaid their executives.
Motley Fool ponders whether the Financial Stability
Oversight Council can save our financial system from evildoers.
Motley Fool says European finance ministers got together and
decided to stress-test 91 banks to calm the credit markets
and reduce fears of a broad collapse of EU financial

Entrepreneur says you should watch for hidden (or, at least,
sneaky) charges on your phone, cable and utility bills.

In Salt, Angelina Jolie's new espionage caper, she takes a
role originally written for Tom Cruise, and manages to
ratchet up the testosterone level, according to Time Europe.

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The Gulf fiasco has prompted Big Oil to come up with a
disaster plan, according to Motley Fool.

BusinessWeek says the high jobless rate is provoking a fight
between corporate America and the White House over
regulations, taxes, and trade.
With the threat of a double-dip recession looming, both the
U.S. and the U.K. are talking fiscal austerity. 
BusinessWeek says the good news for Obama is that Cameron is
cutting first.

Obama is spending billions on a new network of faster
trains.  Time Europe ponders whether this car-crazed nation
is ready to add rails to the mix.

Ben Stein thinks the unemployed are lazy.  Does anyone
agree?  When companies lay off hundreds or thousands of
people, they most often do so for business reasons,
according to Motley Fool.