May 29 - Analysts say it would take Facebook over $1 billion to buy Opera Software, and the U.S. Justice Dept. is investigating whether BP execs lied to Congress, the WSJ reports.
Basement deal -- this bill that won't go away. And Samsung vs apple here's your morning call this Tuesday Norway's Opera Software not commenting on top -- look -- in discussions. To kind -- our analysts say the social networking came more than one billion dollars of the company's mobile phone software technology. If you would this Facebook's mobile business scenario which -- expressed concerns about ahead of its IPO. Basement down again and the premarket it had another kind of debuted today. As options on the staff start treating. More troubles for BP the Wall Street Journal says the US Justice Department is investigating whether executives of the energy giant. -- lied to congress about how much oil leak in the company's 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil belt. The paper says prosecutors are looking into statements accompanying eighteen members of the house energy commerce committee at a closed door briefing. If a 20/20 ten explosion deep water horizon drilling rig killed eleven workers and triggered the largest US offshore oil spill from the ruptured. Macondo well. Samsung getting -- jump on apple Korean tech -- launching its galaxy S three -- today which hopeful. Keep it in the top spot for worldwide Smartphone sales device has four point -- inch screen and runs. On Google's Android operating system that day -- coming ahead of an updated version of the iPhone which is expected later this year. Meanwhile apple and its manufacturing partner Foxconn may have their mind on something else. TV. Chinese website CNET are reporting that you're working on the long rumored ITV. Apple shares up slightly in the -- yet. Japan's trading house Marubeni has agreed to buy US commodities trader Avalon. That three point six billion dollar deal comes a few weeks after Reuters reported the deal is in the works it targets China's growing demand for corn from North America. The world's top grain export -- George Soros among those who profit as Soros isn't Eleanor gas line. And a serious economic reports that today including eight consumer confidence -- rumors I have markets expecting it to rise. 71 point six which is higher than seventy predicted by economists and Reuters Paul. A stronger reading would be in line with the Thomson Reuters University of Michigan consumer sentiment report. Out last week which hit a four and one half year high. The airport at 10 AM -- -- -- price index that and nine hand that's running on this Tuesday John Rogers is partners.