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BlackBerry laying off 200 employees

In what appears to be part of its retrenchment from making phones, BlackBerry said on Friday that it has cut 200 jobs. The New York Times reports.
Source: The New York Times | By: Ian Austen
Fed to raise, but a recession is unlikely: Econ

Market watchers been eyeing economic data, the Fed and low oil prices to predict the odds of a recession, these experts share their insight.
Source: | By: Denise Garcia
Magnitude 6.4 earthquake hits Taiwan

A powerful earthquake struck Taiwan early on Saturday killing at least eight people, most in a 17-story apartment building that collapsed.
Source: Reuters
Lynn Tilton is stepping down from credit funds

Private equity investor Lynn Tilton has stepped down from the Zohar credit funds, on which her private equity firm, Patriarch Partners, has relied heavily for funding.
Source: | By: Jon Marino
Op-Ed: Trump should have run as a Democrat

Despite his politically-incorrect stance on minorities and women, Trump's positions hold appeal for working class Democrats worried about the economy.
Source: | By: Jake Novak
Can 'Magic Tree House' save Lionsgate?

Lionsgate revealed on Thursday that it had acquired "The Magic Tree House" books for an undisclosed sum and will be developing live-action films.
Source: | By: Sarah Whitten
McD's ramps up all-day breakfast ads

It has bought a 30-second spot just before kickoff of Sunday's Super Bowl to air a new advertisement called "Good Morning," according to USA Today.
Source: USA Today | By: Aamer Madhani
METALS--Copper slides after U.S. jobs data pushes up dollar

LONDON, Feb 5- Copper dropped on Friday after U.S. jobs data left open the potential for a U.S. rate hike later this year, boosting the dollar ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in China. There's a bit of profit taking, closing out these long positions ahead of the weekend and the Chinese new year, "said analyst Kash Kamal at broker Sucden Financial.
Source: Reuters | By: Eric Onstad
Sharp shows Japan Inc may be more open to foreign interest

*Japan's governance push affected board members- banker. TOKYO, Feb 5- If Sharp Corp's rescue plans are anything to go by, Japan's insular technology sector is finally opening up to foreign investors, spurred by a shift in political thinking and a drive for improved corporate governance. Japanese policymakers, especially bureaucrats at the Ministry of Economy,...
Source: Reuters | By: Takashi Umekawa and Emi Emoto
Cramer's Mad Dash: Hess slides  

Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Hess Corp. and conditions for energy companies in the oil patch.