Tuesday, January 26, 2010

It's the economy (January 26, 2010)

A closer look at the Prime Minister's aid spending, a new battleground in the potash world and Apple gets roasted down under, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- U.S. Senate stymies Obama on deficit cuts
Globe and Mail-- Canadian Oil Sands attracts fans
Globe and Mail-- Harper's aid spending under the microscope
National Post-- Toyota suspends sales of eight models in recall
National Post-- Home Depot laying off 1,000 employees: memo
National Post-- BHP may snub potash cartel
Vancouver Sun-- Target drops all farmed salmon from stores
Vancouver Sun-- Catalyst Paper CEO Richard Garneau steps down, prompting search for successor
New York Times-- President Plans Own Panel on Nation’s Debt
New York Times-- Japan’s High Debt Prompts Credit Rating Warning
New York Times-- China Raises Bank Reserve Rules, Starting Sell-Off in Asian Stocks
USA Today-- Apple tablet buzz mounts as Steve Jobs plans unveiling
USA Today-- Geithner, predecessor Paulson to address AIG bailouts
USA Today-- IMF: Global economy recovering but stimulus needed
Guardian UK online-- UK scrapes out of recession but growth figure disappoints City
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England backs Obama's banking reforms
Guardian UK online-- UK recession: winners and losers
Times Online UK-- Friends, countrymen, lend them your ideas
Times Online UK-- Property groups ignore derivatives backlash
Telegraph UK online-- Davos 2010: Get ready for the multi-speed world of opportunity
Telegraph UK online-- Chancellor Alistair Darling admits recession could return
Telegraph UK online-- An end to recession is not the same as the start of growth
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Paul Little and Naomi Migrom show way in honours, industry
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Sharp eye for detail is critical for Westfield
Brisbane Times-- Apple bites Australia for profit
Brisbane Times-- Something for all of us at Davos
Brisbane Times-- An EU with principles must stand with Greece

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