Media Digest 9/14/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

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According to Reuters, Intel (INTC) received antitrust charges from a branch of the South Korean government.

Reuters writes that Campbell (CPB) is seeking over $1 billion for its Godiva chocolate business.

Reuters writes that as Microsoft (MSFT) prepares for an antitrust decision for the EU, its rivals insist that the company has not changed its ways.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Goldman Sachs (GS) huge Global Alpha fund declined almost 23% in August.

The Wall Street Journal writees that the UAW picked GM (GM) as its laed negotiator meaning it will try to cur a deal with the car companies before moving to its rivals.

The Wall Street Journal writes that a group lead by the Royal Bank of Scotland is likely to win ABN Amro (ABN) over a bid from Barclays (BCS).

The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon (VZ) has gone to court to challenege the right of the FCC to mandate that the new radio spectrum it will auction must be open to use by any device or cellphone applications.

The Wall Street Journal says Wal-Mart (WMT)  is using Subway to offer fast good in many of its stores and pushing out McDonald’s (MCD).

The Wall Street Journal reports that stents from Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) work better than products from Boston Scientific (BSX).

The Wall Street Journal wirtes that Exxon (XOP) will go to arbitration to get some of its assets out of Venezuela.

The union representing writers at Dow Jones (DJ) says it a  near a deal with the publisher.

The FT reports that Google (GOOG) will call for a global web privacy policy.

Barron’s writes that Dell (DELL) will delay its quarterly filing while it finishes work on restatements.

Barron’s writes that PC shipments are rising but sales of computers to consumers is pushing pricer per units down sharply.

CNNMoney writes that Hovnanian (HOV) will offer huge discounts to sell some of its home inventory.

Douglas A. McIntyre