Fees for credit ratings are rising faster than inflation.
By Zeke Faux, Bloomberg|November 16, 2011 at 04:20 AM
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West Haven, Connecticut, which has closed four school buildings over the past two years and fired 14 teachers to help cut its budget deficit, is about to pay Moody’s Investors Service almost double what it cost six years ago for a credit rating.
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