Media Digest (3/11/2013) Reuters, WSJ, NY Times, FT, Bloomberg

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Twitter is now a place where people can create stock hoaxes. (Reuters)

U.S. companies keep profits abroad, according to a Wall Street Journal survey. (WSJ)

Japan’s machinery orders fall. (WSJ)

Alibaba Group names a new CEO as its founder steps down. (WSJ)

Some customers worry about what will happen to Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) as several factions vie for control of the company’s fate. (WSJ)

Low global demand probably will drop oil prices. (WSJ)

Howard Stringer will step down as chairman of Sony Corp. (NYSE: SNE). (NYT)

Marvel Comics makes an aggressive move into online characters. (NYT)

China’s industrial output and consumer activity comes in below expectations in February. (FT)

German exports grow more than expected in January. (Bloomberg)

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