Media Digest (8/22/2012) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

Dell Inc.'s (NASDAQ: DELL) quarterly numbers leave investors worried. (Reuters)

The head of the eurozone goes to Greece to evaluate its finances. (Reuters)

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Samsung make final statements at an IP trial before the case goes to the jury. (Reuters)

Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ: IACI) makes a bid for The New York Times Co.'s (NYSE: NYT) unit. (Reuters)

Carl Icahn says he will not buy the balance of CVR Energy Inc. (NYSE: CVI). (Reuters)

The Federal Housing Finance Agency will set rules to help "short sales" of homes. (WSJ)

The FCC says 6% of Americans, mostly in rural areas, do not have broadband access. (WSJ)

Some of China's largest cities announce stimulus spending. (WSJ)

Another expert warns about a St. Jude Medical Inc. (NYSE: STJ) defibrillator that has caused patient problems in the past. (NYT)

The Fed investigates Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (NYSE: RBS) for ties to Iran. (FT)

Germany signals that it may be more liberal about terms for a Greek bailout. (Bloomberg)

Nokia Corp.'s (NYSE: NOK) sales of $39 handsets help it keep an important revenue stream. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre

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