News for January 5th 2011

iPhone OS tops Android, Blackberry–$AAPL iphone 28.6%, $RiMM 26.1%, $GOOG Android 25.8%

What’s behind unusual TiVo play

Google wins one against Microsoft

Europe Services, Manufacturing Growth Slows Less Than Estimated

World Food Prices Rise to Record on Sugar, Meat Costs

Toshiba to Sell World’s First Large Glasses-Free 3D TV to Boost Demand

Rising oil price threatens fragile recovery

Facebook move lucrative for Goldman

UK construction activity declines

US recovery not enough to curb QE2

Bondholders Are Rattled by Prepayment Covenants

For Spain, Real-Estate Outlook Appears Bleak

Microsoft Alliance With Intel Shows Age (MSFT/INTC)

The Year Ahead for Media: Digital or Die

Theater Chains Aim to Transform Going Out to the Movies

U.S. Car Business in Major Shift

Lorillard Fights to Snuff Menthol Ban (LO)

Borders Wants Suppliers to Accept Delayed IOUs (BGP)

Australian Floods Pushing Up Coal Prices

China May Complicate Reserve Requirements

Would Atheros Be a Deal at $45? (ATHR/QCOM)

Is the retail investor returning to stocks?

Analysis: A great economy might grate REIT stocks

China to let yuan rise 5 percent in 2011: report

Mattel partners with THQ in new licensing deal (MAT/THQ)

American Air sees deal with online agents: report

Regulators want $2.5 billion from bank execs

Wall Street tempers grocery outlook

Youku Partners With Hollywood On Premium Content (YOKU)

JP Morgan US Equity Technical Strategist Mike Krauss. Possible -8% Pullback

European Sovereign Debt Heating Up Again… Ireland and Greece

DRAM prices plunging into 2011

Citi downgraded Alcoa $AA from Buy to Hold (via Street Insider)

Wedbush starts Apple $AAPL at Outperform $405 tgt

Goldman Sachs Upgrades Autodesk $ADSK to Buy, $50 Target

Goldman Sachs upgrades General Mills $GIS to Buy as part of broader call on Food group (raised to Neutral)

Goldman Sachs adds Walt Disney $DIS to Conviction Buy list, ups price target to $45

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