Media Digest (4/2/2013) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

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Glencore says it will delay its deal to buy Xstrata while China reviews the marriage. (Reuters)

NASDAQ OMX Group Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ) buys eSpeed for $750 million. (Reuters)

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) apologizes to Chinese customers who protested its warranty program. (Reuters)

MetroPCS Communications Inc. (NYSE: PCS) pushes its deal to merge with T-Mobile after an investment adviser attaches the arrangement. (Reuters)

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) will offer pickups with better mileage to compete with the successful Ford Motor Co.’s (NYSE: F) 150. (WSJ)

AMR and Orbitz Worldwide Inc. (NYSE: OWW) settle a long set of disputes over ticket sales. (WSJ)

Stockton files for Chapter 9. (WSJ)

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s (NYSE: WMT) expansion into India slows as it makes certain to abide by U.S. bribery laws. (WSJ)

Walmart says it is on target to expand in China. (WSJ)

International Consolidated Airlines will buy Airbus jets for its British Airways division. (WSJ)

More initial public offerings are being priced at the high end of their ranges. (WSJ)

A medical study reports that 40% of the world’s premature deaths due to outdoor air pollution happened in China in 2010 — a total of 1.2 million people. (NYT)

The rise of natural gas as a fuel does not help increase manufacturing jobs because automation has been used to fill many positions. (NYT)

Mergers in the first quarter drop to lows not seen since 2003. (NYT)

The United States has lost two million clerical jobs since 2007. (FT)

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) may lose sales because its new Lumia lacks a five-inch screen. (Bloomberg)