Media Digest 9/26/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron's

According to Reuters, Toyota (TM) says that its sales in the US may not rise this month.

Reuters writes that Microsoft (MSFT) will replace a number of damaged disks from its new Halo 3 game.

Reuters writes that Nasdaq (NDAQ) and Borse Dubai have won approval to buy the OM.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Moody’s and S&P will go before Congress today to defend their ratings of sub-prime instruments and other investments.

The Wall Street Journal writes that Microsoft (MSFT) has begun to turn to outside talent rather than fill key management jobs from within.

The New York Times reports earnings at Redhat (RHT) rose sharply.

The FT reports that Amazon (AMZN) has launched it competition to Apple (AAPL) iTunes.

The FT also reports that Nintendo is now the second largest company in the US based on market cap.

Barron’s reports that quarterly revenue fell at CMGI (CMGI).

Bloomberg writes that GM (GM) and the UAW have reached a tentative contract.

Douglas A. McIntyre