Media Digest (4/5/2012) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

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After legal issues slowed their progress last year, foreclosures are about to increase. (Reuters)

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) may end its deal with Current TV because of low ratings. (Reuters)

The Securities and Exchange Commission is examining stock exchanges for failing to disclose changes in their rules. (Reuters)

Worries about the eurozone increase because of a troubled debt auction by Spain. (Reuters)

New York State examines insurers for forcing products on homeowners. (WSJ)

As Russia joins the World Trade Organization, U.S. businesses have done little to exploit its markets. (WSJ)

Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) YouTube and Viacom (NASDAQ: VIA) set a movie rental deal. (WSJ)

The European Central Bank expresses concerns about inflation in the region. (WSJ)

Dynegy Holdings (NYSE: DYN) is close to a deal with bondholders that would take the value of equity to zero. (WSJ)

Carl Icahn attacks the board of drug maker Amylin (NASDAQ: AMLN) for rejecting a takeover offer from Bristol-Myers (NYSE: BMY). (WSJ)

The market for pooled junk bonds rises quickly. (WSJ)

JP Morgan’s (NYSE: JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon made $23 million last year, which is tops among bank chief executives. (WSJ)

A study by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics shows that Americans have cut use of doctors and prescription medications. (NYT)

An increase in U.S. crude stocks pushes oil prices down. (FT)

Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) meets with Moody’s in an attempt to stop a ratings cut. (FT)

Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) cuts 2,000 jobs as part of a restructuring. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre

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