Reuters: Research In Motion will share some BlackBerry code with the Saudis.
Reuters: The dollar hit a 15-month low compared to the yen
Reuters: India will decide whether to restrict the BlackBerry.
Reuters: Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) will sell its tablet with an AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) contract for $200.
Reuters: KKR will start in fund-raising in the next few quarters.
WSJ: Boom makers say BP plc (NYSE: BP) left them with unused inventory.
WSJ: Hewlett-Packard’s (NYSE: HPQ) board was surprised at the aggressive defense Mark Hurd gave of his tenure.
WSJ: Companies are buying equipment and software but mostly to replace old products.
WSJ: GM expects its largest profit in six years.
WSJ: A study shows the most crashes of Toyota Motor (NYSE: TM) cars resulted from driver error.
WSJ: Worries about Google Inc.’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) mapping products have spread to nations outside the US.
WSJ: Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) profits rose on income from movies and sports.
WSJ: The Fed said the economy has slowed and will invest the proceeds of maturing mortgages in Treasuries.
WSJ: Federal judges said 300 suits against BP will be heard in New Orleans.
WSJ: Advances in biosciences may make it easier for people to spread pathogens
WSJ: The House approved a $26 billion package to aid states.
WSJ: Oil companies must disclose payments to foreign governments.
WSJ: Excessive delays on US runways are down.
WSJ: Regulators say some financial reforms are not realistic and must be changed.
WSJ: Ten-year Treasury yields fell after the Fed said the economy has slowed.
NYT; Rich American’s taxes would rise sharply under a Obama plan, according to the Joint Committee on Taxation.
FT: China’s economy showed further signs of slowing.
FT: US regulators are upping control of Wall St. risk.
FT: Demand for long-term debt rose after the Fed’s comments.
FT: KKR and TPG may be interested in Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) buyout fund.
Bloomberg: Google will increase acquisitions as some internal projects falter.
Bloomberg: Dealers cannot get cars as manufacturers carefully control inventory.
Bloomberg: Boeing (NYSE: BA) is making more inspections of its 787 fleet.
Bloomberg: A poll by Bloomberg says economists expect US growth to drop to 2.55% in the second half.
Douglas A. McIntyre