Reuters: Oil is at $82 and will move based on US jobs data.
Reuters: Reliance upped its offer for Lyondell to $13.5 billion.
Reuters: An former SAC employee was caught in a probe of Blackstone (NYSE:BX).
Reuters: The NY Fed tried to limit information on AIG’s (NYSE:AIG) financial issues.
Reuters: Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) will pay bonuses close to 2007 levels.
Reuters: Ferrero is not likely to make a bid for Cadbury (NYSE:CBY).
Reuters: AMR (NYSE:AMR) upped its offer for a minority interest in JAL.
Reuters: Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) was sued by a pension fund over its compensation practices.
Reuters: A senior Fed official is worried about inflation risks.
WSJ: The UK’s future is clouded by a huge budget deficit.
WSJ: Washington is about to move ahead of NYC as the most expensive for office space.
WSJ: The Toyota (NYSE:TM) Prius topped auto sales in Japan.
WSJ: More companies are entering the e-reader market.
WSJ: Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) has asked the government to become an electricity marketer.
WSJ: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) unveiled new PC chips.
WSJ: The Fed’s plan to stop buying mortgage securities is worrying the home lending market.
WSJ: Palm (NYSE:PALM) will face an uphill battle in a smartphone market with a growing number of products.
WSJ: New TV apps are modeling their products on Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) App store.
WSJ: Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) is adopting a model for video like Hulu’s
WSJ: Boeing’s (NYSE:BA) deliveries rose by orders fell.
WSJ: Schwab (NASDAQ:SCHW) is lowering rates to bring in customers.
WSJ: Companies cut dividends by $58 billion last year.
NYT: Retail sales rebounded from 2008.
NYT: China is raising interest rates to slow growth.
NYT: Investor James Chanos sees a market collapse in China.
NYT: A Boston Consulting Group study questions the future of electric cars.
FT: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) entered the smartphone market with LG, a challenge to Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM).
Douglas A. McIntyre
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