Verizon, Johnson & Johnson, EMC earnings added to this update
) -- Uncertainty over a
Greek debt deal
leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Tuesday, Jan. 24.
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Hey, remember when everyone was
worried about Greece
? That's back in fashion again after debt deal talks hit a snag.
convenes today for the first interest rate policy decision of 2012, which will now include projections on when rates will rise.
Spain's borrowing costs
fall after the country auctions off three-month bills with strong demand.
finally released his tax returns for 2010, showing he's among the top 1% but that he also donates plenty to charity.
offers up his "consulting" contract with
Quote of the Day
"I think any young person brought here by their parents when they were young should have the same opportunity to join the American military and earn citizenship," GOP presidential candidate
said of his view on immigration during a GOP debate in Florida Monday night.
Pension costs hurt
in the fourth quarter.
Johnson & Johnson
d disappoints with its 2012 profit outlook.
notched record earnings and revenue in the fourth quarter.
says that chip demand is improving as the inventory correction comes to an end.
is out with earnings tonight. Will the bloggers' estimates trump analysts' forecasts again?
likely produced the country's
first trade deficit
in more than 30 years following the tsunami and earthquake from nearly a year ago.
After all the volatility, it has been eerily quiet for the
Dow Jones Industrial Average
It won't be long until
is more expensive than the vodka you add to it.
stock market is as undervalued
today as it was in 1990, according to Norm Fosback.
Buy or sell
shares today at your own peril.
Feeling like you lack a little common sense with investing? Here are 20 strong principles to hold on to.
Odds and Ends
In case you missed this one yesterday,
Burlington Northern railroad is a beneficiary of the Keystone pipeline deal getting shot down. Cue the conspiracy theories!
My friend Michael pointed me to this fantastic band
. Here's one of my favorite tracks on first listen.
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