Media Digest 9/17/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

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According to Reuters, GM (GM) and the UAW have broken off talks and will resume them late Monday.

Reuters writes that Nokia (NOK) said on Monday it had agreed to buy privately held U.S. mobile advertising firm Enpocket.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Europe’s second highest court denied Microsoft’s (MSFT) appeal in an antitrust case brought by the EU and upheld at $613 million fine.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Qatar’s investment arm is close to buying Nasdaq’s (NDAQ) 30% interest in the London Stock Exchange.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Boeing (BA) has assured its customers that its 787 will be delivered on time.

The Wall Street Journal writes that CBS (CBS) is adding shows to its Fall line-up that should attract younger viewers.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Yahoo! (YHOO) is starting its own social network.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Baidu (BIDU) is starting a video advertising service.

The New York Times writes that GM talks with the UAW are going badly and may break down.

The New York Times writes that at 25, USA Today faces readers leaving it for the internet.

Barron’s writes that shares of Nokia (NOK) may be undervalued.

Douglas A. McIntyre