Media Digest 7/30/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTmes, FT, Barron's

According to Reuters, ABN Amro (ABN) has withdrawn support for a bid from Barclays (BCS)

Reuters writes that Liberty Media (LCACA) may make a bid for UK cable company Virgin Media.

Reuters reports that Boeing (BA) raised its outlook saying India will need over $86 billion in planes over the next 20 years.

The Wall Street Journal writes taht Adobe (ADBE) is being criticized for a deal with Fedex Kinko which give the office support firm access to some of the software companies applications which could hurt outsets of smaller printing retailers.

The Hew York Times wirtes that the controlling Bancroft faimly has not made a decision about the sale of Dow Jones (DJ).

FT writes that Sony’s (SNE) proftts would drop if the yen strenthens.

Barron’s writes that Internap (INAP) and Limelight (LLNW) are taking market share from content deilvery network leader Akamai (AKAM)

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