According to Reuters, Nasdaq (NDAQ) and Borse Dubai will team up and buy the Swedish OMX.
Reuters writes that Sony (SNE) will delay the launch of its Home online community of PS3, another set-back for the game console.
Reuters writes that Wal-Mart will launch its own brand of compact fluorescent lightbulbs.
Reuters also writes that holiday sales are expected to be their slowest in five years.
The WSJ writes that AOL is expected to begin to carry content from Disney (DIS) division ABC. The programs would be free.
The Wall Street Journal writes that the UAW has ceased talks with GM (GM) that would create a healthcare trust fund.
The New York Times writes that Borse Dubai will take a large stake in Nasdaq and the London Stock Exchange.
The New York Times writes that the deal for private equity firms to buy Sallie Mae (SLM) is in trouble.
Barron’s writes that Palm (PALM) sees its next quarter in line with expectations.
Douglas A. McIntyre