Media Digest (1/23/2012) Reuters, WSJ, FT, Bloomberg

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Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) replaces its co-CEOs with the firm’s COO. (Reuters)

A Reuters poll shows Japanese manufacturers have prepared for a eurozone break up. (Reuters)

Apache (NYSE: APA) to buy Cordillera Energy. (Reuters)

A National Association for Business Economics industry poll shows few companies plan to add jobs. (Reuters)

Nokia Siemens gets a 1.2 billion euro loan to support its business. (Reuters)

E-book publishers experiment with $0.99 books to draw new customers. (WSJ)

Volkswagen may speed its takeover of Porsche to increase the integration of the two companies. (WSJ)

Oil production in the U.S. rises sharply in the past year. (WSJ)

A sharp increase in car production causes a competition for jobs in the Midwest states. (WSJ)

Talks between bondholders and Greece are still unsettled. (WSJ)

UK wage increases stall. (WSJ)

Target (NYSE: TGT) will fight one of the retail industry’s largest problems: people come to it stores and then buy online from competitors. (WSJ)

Refinery prices and low natural gas will hurt oil company returns. (WSJ)

Moody’s downgrades Sony (NYSE: SNE) and Panasonic (NYSE: PC). (WSJ)

Hyundai expects growth in the troubled EU region. (WSJ)

European Central Bank three-year loans help drop yields on the region’s sovereign paper. (WSJ)

China increases its oil purchases from Iran. (WSJ)

France and Germany would like to relax some bank rules to help the region’s financial troubles. (FT)

Sales of the Nokia (NYSE: NOK) Lumia probably pass one million units. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre

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