Research In Motion, Nike and Oracle earnings will get lots of attention. The Fed is likely to leave rates alone. BP hopes to raise $10 billion.
Revenue at the social networking site may have hit as much as $800 million in 2009. And the company is solidly profitable, Reuters says.
The state's 14% unemployment rate tops Michigan as construction employment crashes. North Dakota has the nation's lowest jobless rate.
S&P cites the challenges of the Gulf oil spill and the difficult political environment. The company may seek to borrow up to $10 billion.
The social-networking site is sold to Criterion Capital Partners perhaps for as little as $2.5 million.
Some of the largest US institutions may have to pay $2 billion in bonus taxes to British authorities. Goldman Sachs' bill may hit $600 million.
An indictment alleges the ex-CEO tried to steal $453 million in TARP funds and was a major reason for 2009's largest bank failure.
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