Japan reports weak growth, and Greece logs yet another quarter of contraction. Motorola Mobility will lay off 4,000 workers. Groupon posts earnings after the close.
Stocks are given a lift by revised housing data and encouraging reports from Greece about a coalition government.
A quarterly loss narrows as the company mulls a takeover bid.
The software giant unveils a tablet line, and the drugstore retailer is buying a stake in Alliance Boots.
Stocks are mixed as elections in Greece fail to significantly calm investors.
The software giant could unveil a tablet computer, while the pet supply retailer is raising its dividend.
New numbers from IDC show a dramatic decrease in expectations for Android-based tablets this year.
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