Media Digest 8/24/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

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According to Reuters, several Asian banks disclosed that they had exposure to US sub-prime mortgages.

Reuters writes that Monster (MNST) took five days to disclose the theft of personal data on 1.3 million job seekers.

The Wall Street Journal writes that shares of NYSE Euronext (NYX) are off 23% this year despite record trading volume.

The Wall Street Journal writes that a court cleared the Whole Foods (WFMI) deal to buy Wild Oats (OATS).

The Wall Street Journal writes that Home Depot (HD) will probably take less than announced for its home supply division as the buyers battle with lenders over terms.

The New York Times writes that earnings at Gap (GPS) rose on cost cutting.

The FT says that the head of Ford (F) called on the government to do more to stimulate economic growth, a sign that current conditions are hurting car maker.s

Douglas A. McIntyre