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Media Digest (9/6/2012) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi will set his bond-buying plan, which may be one of the most critical moments of the EU crisis. (Reuters)

Samsung faces holding customers because Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) offers more services and software with its phones. (Reuters)

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will launch a new tablet. (Reuters)

Google Inc.’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) Motorola releases three phones with Verizon Wireless. (Reuters)

News Corp. (NASDAQ: NWS) cuts Rupert Murdoch’s bonus because of the hacking scandal. (Reuters)

New phones from Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) that operate on Microsoft Corp.’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) software disappoint investors. (Reuters)

Qantas and Emirates set an alliance to share passengers. (Reuters)

The Glencore-Xstrata deal could still get shareholder approval despite issues of price. (WSJ)

Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) disagree about how much capital their jointly owned brokerage firm should have. (WSJ)

Apple says it did not give customer IDs to the FBI. (WSJ)

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) may be in the early stages of sharply increasing its mobile ad revenue. (WSJ)

Volvo will continue an $11 billion turnaround plan despite early failures in sales. (WSJ)

Greece’s citizens may still stop its government from completing austerity measures. (NYT)

The European Union may put tariffs on Chinese solar part imports. (NYT)

The ECB is unlikely to set a bond yield cap if its decides to buy distressed sovereign paper. (FT)

Gold rises above $1,700 on hopes of ECB action. (Bloomberg)

Unemployment in France rises to 10.2%, a 13-year high, according to Insee. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre

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