Story updated from 6:31 a.m. ET with Akamai, Jon Corzine, global trends items.
BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- The latest meeting between Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Monday, Jan. 9.
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Who doesn't love a meeting?
Sarkozy and Merkel will meet today to discuss their master plan to save the euro as borrowing costs in eurozone countries rise.
They also love meetings in China, as the country welcomes
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner for a discussion on Iranian nukes and trade.
Quote of the Day"Our assessment is that even if some of the eurozone countries are in a recession technically for some or all of 2012, the whole of the zone might not technically be in a recession," IMF head Christine Lagarde said of the chances that the eurozone falls into a recession this year.
Company NewsMotorola Mobility (MMI - Get Report) tries to sneak bad news by investors (and Google (GOOG)) after Friday's closing bell.
MarketsIn some positive news for the eurozone, the euro currency recovered from 15-month lows ahead of the Merkozy meeting.
Investment StrategyWhy stocks will beat bonds over the next 20 years.
Odds and EndsWarren Buffett was going to sing a song and play guitar for a Spring Festival gala in China. Now, he's not. Drats.
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