Media Digest 8/22/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

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According to Reuters, GM (GM) sees revenue in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East growing by several billion a year for the next several years.

Reuters writes that Toyota (TM) believes that it can sell 10.4 million cars in 2009, a record.

Reuters reports that it is still likely that Google (GOOG) will bid for wireless spectrum.

The Wall Street Journal writes that TD Ameritrade (AMTD) and E*Trade (ET) are in merger talks to create the largest disount broker with 11 million customers

The Wall Street Journal writes that Google (GOOG) will begin to sell video ads on YouTube.

The Wall Street Journal writes that delays in laptop shipments are hurting Dell’s (DELL) turnaround.

The Wall Street Journal writes that GM’s venture in China will offer interest free loans to drive market share.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint (S) want to use it WiMax effort to send signals to digital cameras and billboards.

The New York Times writes that Apple (AAPL) is already selling refurbished iPhones.

The FT writes that Vodafone (VOD) faces delays in getting a dividend from its stake in Verizon Wireless.

Barron’s writes that shares in Analog Devices (ADI) fell on the prospects of higher costs.

Douglas A. McIntyre