U.S. regulators say that their investigation into the Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner is far from over. (Reuters)
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) must decide whether it wants market share in China or a reputation as the provider of smartphones to the very top of the consumer base. (Reuters)
Lenovo management says Research In Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ: RIMM) may be a takeover target. (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) profits are hurt in part because it has not released a new version of its Office product. (Reuters)
The CEO of Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) made only $6 million last year. (Reuters)
Citigroup Inc.’s (NYSE: C) private bank will take $187 million out of SAC Capital, which is under government investigation. (WSJ)
Samsung posts record profits on smartphone and chip sales. (WSJ)
Sales in China help Starbucks Corp.’s (NASDAQ: SBUX) overall revenue in the most recent quarter. (WSJ)
The S&P finally moves above the important 1,500 level. (NYT)
Samsung says price wars could hurt future profits. (FT)
Apple announces that labor audits of its suppliers show more poor worker conditions. (Bloomberg)
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