Sprint Users ANTICIPATE Galaxy S III and 4 More Heavily Traded Shares

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C): According to a new SEC analysis, money market mutual funds have been saved from financial crises by their parent firms more than 300 times since the 1970s. This is around 100 more than reported before, and appears to back up SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro’s opinion that the $2.6T industry requires stricter regulation, writes the Wall Street Journal.

Staples (NASDAQ:SPLS), Canada’s main office products business, has been granted an award from Fujitsu Canada as the first Canadian retailer to surpass $1M in sales of Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners. This scanner was the top retailing scan-to-PDF product in North America.

LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD) faces a lawsuit by one of its users for $5M after the site was attacked by a hacker who made off with 6.5M of its users’ passwords. This suit was filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Northern California by an Illinois resident named Katie Szpyrka. She claims LinkedIn did not appropriately secure its users’ passwords.

Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S): Samsung’s (SSNLF) Galaxy S III has officially debuted in the U.S., available via T-Mobile’s (DTEGY) web site and in some retail locations. AT&T (NYSE:T), Sprint (NYSE:S), Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) and U.S. Cellular will offer the new model in-store and online in coming weeks.

Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM): Premier Kathy Dunderdale drew a “line in the sand” Thursday when she stated to ExxonMobil that if the company attempts to remove construction workers from the province there will be problems.

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