Media Digest (11/28/2012) Reuters, WSJ, FT, Bloomberg

A new deal to aid Greece may lead eventually to the forgiveness of some of its debt. (Reuters)

The Obama administration decides not to name China as a currency manipulator. (Reuters)

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) wins a legal victory over Research In Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ: RIMM) on several patent issues. (Reuters)

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) sells 40 million Windows 8 licenses this month. (Reuters)

Many institutional investors demand to meet company CEOs before they invest. (WSJ)

Virtu Financial may buy Knight Capital Group Inc. (NYSE: KCG). (WSJ)

The head of Autonomy asks Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) to detail charges about accounting irregularities. (WSJ)

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) fires the head of its mapping unit after trouble with a product his team built. (WSJ)

Groupon Inc. (NASDAQ: GRPN) will meet about the fate of its CEO. (WSJ)

S&P Case Shiller research shows housing has rebounded the most in several years. (WSJ)

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warns about a sharp slowing of the global economy. (WSJ)

France says it may nationalize a plant that ArcelorMittal (NYSE: MT) may close. (WSJ)

Online sales for Cyber Monday rise less than last year. (WSJ)

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) adds a gift store to take advantage of the number of birthdays it has on file. (WSJ)

Share buybacks likely will increase because they are taxed less than increases in dividends. (WSJ)

The number of U.S. companies that have announced special dividends grows ahead of possible year-end tax increases. (FT)

Several eurozone nations face write-downs of Greek debt. (FT)

The growth rate in the Philippines moves to 7.1%. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre


Filed under: 24/7 Wall St. Wire, Press Digest Tagged: AAPL, FB, GRPN, HPQ, KCG, MSFT, MT, NOK, RIMM

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