New Digest 9/10/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

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According to Reuters, Citigroup (C) will list its shares on the Japanese stock market as early as November.

Reuters writes that Capgemini, Europe’s largest computer consultancy, will start to incorporate Google (GOOG) Apps into its offerings for clients.

Reuters reports that most OPEC ministers support holding oil prices at current levels.

Reuters reports that AMD (AMD) has launched its Barcelona chip in an effort to improve its competitive position against Intel (INTC).

Reuters writes that Australian authorities are looking into Google’s bid for Doubleclick due to concerns about antitrust.

The Wall Street Journal writs that KKR is willing to make concessions to its banks on its purchase of First Data (FDC) agreeing to performance criteria on First Data’s debt.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Yahoo! (YHOO) has considered outsourcing its search functions to Google (GOOG).

The Wall Street Journal writes that PC maker Lenovo will introduce laptop and desktop computers for its new consumer segment.

The New York Times writes that Disney (DIS) will test toys based on its characters to make certain that they are safe.

The FT writes that hedge funds are concerned about large redemptions in September due to poor August performance.

The FT reports that credit agencies could face lawsuits over their ratings of sub-prime debt.

Barron’s writes that Berkshre Hathaway (BRK.A) was the most admired company in recent poll of professional investors.

Douglas A. McInyre