Reuters: The panel that will give advice to Obama about the deficit met but experts were concerned that it will offer few concrete answers.
Reuters: The House may approve a bill aimed that the value of the yuan.
Reuters: An appeals court will allow stem cell research to continue.
Reuters: Oil and gold both rose–gold to an all-time high
Reuters: The US could run out of unique Internet addresses as the number of wireless devices grows,according to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
Reuters: New satellites may help the satellite navigation industry.
Reuters: Sanofi-Aventis may make a higher bid for Genzyme.
Reuters: Hertz (NYSE: HTZ) will send its bid for Dollar Thrifty (NYSE: DTR) if it loses a shareholder vote.
WSJ: A WSJ poll shows the Tea Party movement has gained power.
WSJ: The SEC report on the flash crash may show that the agency itself played a role.
WSJ: The war over currency values could spark significant trade disputes.
WSJ: American International Group (NYSE: AIG) may be close to a plan to cut US ownership to a minority stake.
WSJ: Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) may have had very weak quality control over OTC drugs.
WSJ: HSBC (NYSE: HBC) will not relocate to Hong Kong.
WSJ: Hedge fund D.E.Shaw cut 150 jobs.
WSJ: Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) won a proxy war against Ron Burkle, but the company may still be sold.
WSJ: China firms that make apps for smartphones face trouble as they try to make profits.
WSJ: The cost to stream music over the internet is back in court.
WSJ: Google Inc, (NASDAQ: GOOG) says software companies may develop tools to help people with everyday life.
WSJ: India will launch a plan to identify all 1.2 million of its citizens.
WSJ: The number of people 25 to 34 years old who are unmarried topped those who are married for the first time.
WSJ: Ireland faces the challenge of financially supporting the Anglo Irish Bank.
WSJ: Consumer confidence in Germany rose according to research group GfK.
WSJ The EU may place sanctions on governments that build up public debt.
WSJ: The Bank of Japan tankan survey showed the nation’s big companies are insecure about the economy.
WSJ: Campbell will replace its CEO.
WSJ: The FDA put into place new rules to get drug-makers to supply more safety information.
WSJ: Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT) will build a new plant in China.
WSJ: CBS (NYSE: CBS) took the top spot in audience size at the start of the new season.
NYT: Nintendo says it 3DS will launch in February.
NYT: A block in the shipment of rare earth products from China may hurt the Japanese economy.
NYT: Borders will open 25 temporary stores for the holidays.
FT: BP plc (NYSE: BP) sold $3.5 billion in bonds.
FT: Retail investors have increased investment in junk bonds.
Bloomberg: There will be a general strike in Spain to protest austerity moves.
Douglas A. McIntyre