Media Digest (11/27/2012) Reuters, WSJ, NY Times, FT


Eurozone and International Monetary Fund officials set a deal for Greece. (Reuters)

Privacy groups ask Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) to change new privacy policies. (Reuters)

Investors sue Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) over its buyout of Autonomy. (Reuters)

Samsung will ship 19 million personal computers with Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows 8 installed this year. (Reuters)

HP may have failed to find serious accounting problems with Autonomy. (WSJ)

Mark Carney of the Canadian central bank will take over as head of the Bank of England. (WSJ)

Honda Motor Co. Ltd. (NYSE: HMC) CEO Takanobu Ito says his company will export more cars from the United States. (WSJ)

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) begins to sell more Chinese-type drinks at its stores in the People's Republic. (WSJ)

Medicare eligibility could be raised from 65 to 67 as part of a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. (WSJ)

More large companies move dividends forward into 2012 to avoid higher fiscal cliff payouts by investors. (WSJ)

The Nintendo Wii U sells out in the U.S. after one week. (WSJ)

McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. (NYSE: MHP) sells its education business to Apollo Global Management LLC (NYSE: APO). (WSJ)

Good reviews of the new Research In Motion Ltd. (NASDAQ: RIMM) BlackBerry help lift the company's shares. (WSJ)

The mortgage interest deduction may be hit as Congress wrestles with fiscal cliff legislation. (NYT)

Profits at Chinese manufacturers are up as the sector rebounds. (FT)

Douglas A. McIntyre

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