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Governments reports will include wholesale trade inventories and the trade deficit for December; companies reporting earnings will include Coca-Cola, Toyota Motor, Disney and Groupon.

Sun Media Group is joining Harvest Fund Management to create Harvest Seven Stars Media Private Equity, which will back entertainment ventures in China and abroad.

Potential support from California and New York would come in exchange for tightening provisions in order to preserve the right to investigate past misdeeds by the banks, and stepping up oversight.

The interim government agreed to cut spending this year by 1.5 percent of Greece’s gross domestic product, but members are yet to agree on details of austerity measures.

Asian stock markets climbed Monday after U.S. unemployment fell to its lowest in three years, suggesting a stronger recovery in the world’s No. 1 economy.

Risk-taking, rule-breaking ideas were as hard to find among the more than 50 Super Bowl commercials as good taste in a GoDaddy ad.

An overhaul for Spin.com includes plans for a streaming music player, nine new blogs and Web-only content like news and album reviews.

Potential support from California and New York would come in exchange for tightening provisions in order to preserve the right to investigate past misdeeds by the banks, and stepping up oversight.

Governments reports will include wholesale trade inventories and the trade deficit for December; companies reporting earnings will include Coca-Cola, Toyota Motor, Disney and Groupon.

Mr. Cohen was president of the Hudson County News Company, a newspaper distributorship, when it went into the retail field in the mid-1970s by taking over a newsstand at the Newark airport.

After decades of decline, malls across the country are being redeveloped by communities and planners trying to forge new gathering places out of vast lots with empty buildings.

The videos were conceived by Esquire magazine to promote an article in the March issue about the mass killing of exotic animals last fall in Zanesville, Ohio.

The Daily has struggled to break into the national conversation or to drive news and build on its brand the way traditional outlets do.

The videos were conceived by Esquire magazine to promote an article in the March issue about the mass killing of exotic animals last fall in Zanesville, Ohio.

The Human Rights Campaign has recruited Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs to be its first national corporate spokesman for same-sex marriage.

The president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Dr. Craig B. Thompson, is in a billion-dollar dispute with his former workplace over accusations that he walked away with research.

Web sites, newspapers and other news organizations are gearing up to produce hours of video programming, in part to pursue the higher revenues available from video ads.

Facebook’s Mobility Challenge :: Sun 05th Feb 2012

Although more than half of its 845 million members log into Facebook on a mobile device, the company has not yet found a way to make real money from that use.

Greece’s efforts to secure a second, €130 billion international bailout and avoid a default next month stalled on Sunday.

Max Schrems's crusade against the information collected by the social network has become a cause célèbre in parts of Europe, looming over the company as it prepares to go public.

A New Question of Internet Freedom :: Sun 05th Feb 2012

European activists are hoping to stop the international Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, which they say will erode Internet freedom and stifle innovation.

Web sites, newspapers and other news organizations are gearing up to produce hours of video programming, in part to pursue the higher revenues available from video ads.

The Web site is trying for pollination: providing the kind of content that will have visitors passing along links from one person to the next, that will in turn bring them around to BuzzFeed.

After decades of decline, malls across the country are being redeveloped by communities and planners trying to forge new gathering places out of vast lots with empty buildings.

Estimates are that NBC has spent as much as $25 million promoting “Smash,” a new series that the network hopes will be the hit it desperately needs.

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