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Asian shares slip as bank fears add to global gloom
TOKYO Asian shares fell for a sixth straight session on Friday as concerns about the health of European banks further threatened a global economy already under strain from falling oil prices and slowdowns in China and other emerging markets.
Japan's Nikkei 225 dives 5%, futures up as oil rebounds  USA TODAY
Nikkei Plunges Again in Worst Week Since Financial Crisis  New York Times
Why iRobot Corporation Stock Plunged Today
What: Shares of iRobot Corporation (NASDAQ:IRBT) fell more than 10% early Thursday after the home robotics company released strong fourth-quarter 2015 results but followed with lighter-than-expected forward guidance.
iRobot Corporation , the Maker of Roomba Vacuum Moving Out of Defense and ...  TopNews United States
iRobot's (IRBT) CEO Colin Angle on Q4 2015 Results - Earnings Call ...  Seeking Alpha
Japan stocks dive after Europe, US sell-off
(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan). Stock traders work at the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File).
Global unease, oil batter US stocks  Arkansas Online
Oil prices jump but weekly losses and physical excess loom
LONDON Oil prices jumped on Friday on hopes of a coordinated production cut sparked by comments from the energy minister of OPEC member United Arab Emirates.
Oil Rebounds From Lowest Close in 12 Years to Pare Weekly Loss  Bloomberg
Oil prices rally 5% after more jawboning from OPEC members  MarketWatch
Questions grow over banks as profit warnings pile up
A man walk past a bank electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Thursday, Feb. 11, 2015. Hong Kong's stocks are set for their biggest daily drop in six months on Thursday, as worries about the health of the global ...
SocGen Signals It May Miss Profitability Target, Shares Drop  Bloomberg
UPDATE 3-SocGen shares slide after cautious 2016 outlook  Reuters
Growing trust helps flurry of Sino-German deals
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A flurry of sales of German and Swiss companies to Chinese buyers in the past month is testament to increasing Chinese expertise in European bidding processes and growing trust, German bankers and advisers say.
M&A: China's world of debt  Financial Times
China's Biotech Play  Wall Street Journal
The problem with Whole Foods' plans for a new grocery chain
The year ahead could be a pivotal one for Whole Foods Market. The grocery chain is facing steep competition, and its reputation for being a wallet-buster isn't helping.
Whole Foods plans a new grocery chain, but there's a looming challenge  Tulsa World
Will Whole Foods (WFM) Get a Boost from its Cheaper 365 Chain?  Nasdaq
Germany Keeps Momentum Showing Resilience to Global Turmoil
Employees weld side panels of a railway train factory in Salzgitter, Germany. While a slowdown in China and other emerging markets is curbing confidence at German companies, cheap oil and record-low unemployment are boosting domestic demand.
Germany fails to lift euro zone GDP  CNBC
Government Spending Boosted German Economy in Fourth Quarter  New York Times
Service Co. International (SCI) Sets New 1-Year Low Following Weak Earnings
Service Co. International logo Service Co. International (NYSE:SCI) shares reached a new 52-week low during mid-day trading on Thursday following a dissappointing earnings announcement, Analyst Ratings Network.
Service Corporation International Announces Fourth Quarter 2015 Financial ...  CNNMoney
SCI saw fewer funerals, declining revenue in 2015
CBS quarterly profit meets Wall Street targets but shares fall
CBS Corp (CBS.N) profit rose in line with Wall Street expectations on Thursday as the media company reported a bump in network advertising and said international sales of its television shows were strong.
CBS Chairman Leslie Moonves is bullish on TV's upfront ad-selling season  Los Angeles Times
CBS Exceeds Revenue Expectations Amid Cord-Cutting Concerns  Hollywood Reporter