Media Digest (1/23/2013) Reuters, WSJ, Bloomberg

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The Federal Aviation Administration faces criticism about approving a Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) battery that caused safety concerns about the 787. (Reuters)

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) beats Wall St. estimates for its fourth quarter. (Reuters)

International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) shares jump based on its 2013 outlook. (Reuters)

Some of the more than $1.7 trillion U.S. companies that say they have invested outside the United States actually remain here. (WSJ)

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) may invest in a private equity buyout of Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL). (WSJ)

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) will buy some Alltel operations for $780 million. (WSJ)

Some state-owned companies voice concern about Beijing's new pollution limitation pressure. (WSJ)

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) learned about trouble with hip replacements well in advance of a recall. (WSJ)

Chinese officials want local firms to build up their electronics operations. (WSJ)

Google continues to wrestle with a lack of mobile revenue. (WSJ)

SAP A.G. (NYSE: SAP) earnings fall short of expectations. (Bloomberg)

The tiny China Wireless Technologies outsells Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) in the smartphone sector in the People's Republic. (Bloomberg)

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