BOSTON (TheStreet) -- More reports of a Greece debt deal lead your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Friday, Jan. 27.

Friday's 5 Biggest Stories

There are hopes a

Greek debt deal

with creditors will be sewn up by the weekend. Right, like we haven't heard that one before.

WSJ

The

next European crisis center

, Portugal, sees borrowing costs skyrocket again. I can't wait until the media is covering the Portugal debt deal next.

FT

Meanwhile,

Spain's unemployment rate

jumps to 22.8%, the highest rate in 17 years.

BBC

European banks

face a dilemma with borrowed ECB cash: Buy risky government bonds or hoard the cash at a loss. Try not to feel too sorry for them.

WSJ

Despite these negative headlines,

world stocks are at their highest level

in nearly 6 months. This is going to be fun to watch.

Reuters

Quote of the Day

"The idea that I'm anti-immigrant is repulsive; don't use a term like that," GOP presidential candidate

Mitt Romney

said during another debate in Florida Thursday when Newt Gingrich referred to Romney as the most anti-immigrant candidate among the Republicans.

Bloomberg

Company News

Ford

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is out with earnings this morning. Here's why the automaker should have a $14 stock.

Forbes

Apple

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dethrones

Samsung

as the largest smartphone seller in the fourth quarter, although Samsung wins the battle for the year.

Fortune

Starbucks

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had a solid fourth quarter but disappoints with its outlook.

CNBC

Markets

Ahead of the

fourth-quarter reading on GDP

, U.S. Treasuries are holding steady.

The German Finance Minister still doesn't like the idea of

Euro bonds

.

MarketWatch

Investment Strategy

There are

10 income stocks

flying under the radar of most investors.

MarketWatch

Odds and Ends

Early contender for best headline of 2012: UN Gets 35 Pounds of Cocaine Sent From Mexico.

Bloomberg

Congratulations. You made it to Friday. Here's a

La Roux

song to start the dance party.

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