Media Digest (2/20/2013) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

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Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) gets an agreement with a key engineering unit. (Reuters)

China says U.S. claims of hacking by one of its army units does not have sufficient technical proof. (Reuters)

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is hacked by the same group that hit Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB). (Reuters)

Dell Inc.'s (NASDAQ: DELL) profits drop 31% in the most recent quarter. (Reuters)

HTC releases a new flagship smartphone to compete with Samsung. (Reuters)

The FBI investigated options trading in Heinz before the Buffett takeover offer. (WSJ)

Marius Kloppers will step down as BHP Billiton Ltd.'s (NYSE: BHP) chief executive. (WSJ)

The S&P 500 reaches a five-year high. (WSJ)

A report authorized by Michigan's governor suggests Detroit should be taken over by the state. (WSJ)

Discoveries of shale oil in northern states does not hurt the allure of oil deposits deep under the Gulf of Mexico. (WSJ)

Overseas interests join the rush to buy U.S. homes and rent them out. (WSJ)

Electronic medical record firms that lobbied for services they provide receive huge profits. (NYT)

Boeing may have fixed its battery problems on the 787 Dreamliner. (NYT)

China's oil output outside its borders could match the level of OPEC's. (FT)

Credit Agricole posts a $5.3 billion loss because of bad asset write-downs. (Bloomberg)

U.S. banks are lending the lowest level of their deposits in five years. (Bloomberg)

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