newspapersBoeing Co. (NYSE: BA) gets permission from the FAA to test fly its troubled 787. (Reuters)

Job openings rose in January, according to the Labor Department. (Reuters)

President Obama will meet with CEOs on the subject of cyber security. (Reuters)

IDC expects sales of Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android-powered tablets to pass the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad this year. (Reuters)

Dean Metropoulos and Apollo Global Management LLC (NYSE: APO) will buy some of the Hostess brands. (Reuters)

The FTC wants standards for traditional ads to apply to those on Twitter and Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) sites so that certain disclosures about the marketers are clear. (WSJ)

Samsung spent more than Apple to market smartphones in 2012. (WSJ)

Audi's sales pace may allow it to challenge BMW and Mercedes for market share. (WSJ)

Regulators approve a deal for T-Mobile to combine with MetroPCS Communications Inc. (NYSE: PCS). (WSJ)

Sudan agrees to begin new shipments of crude oil, which had been suspended recently. (WSJ)

China steel output rose 9.8% last month, largely due to domestic construction. (WSJ)

Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) enters the mortgage business. (WSJ)

Google presses into the cloud computing market now dominated by Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT). (NYT)

West Texas Intermediate crude nears a two-week high as U.S. supplies drop. (Bloomberg)

The new Samsung Galaxy IV will target sales of Apple's iPhone. (Bloomberg)


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