Media Digest 3/20/2008 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

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According to Reuters, the war between Northrop Grumman (NOC) and Boeing (BA) is now going on in Congress and the public.

Reuters says Dell (DELL) will buy $23 billion of components in China in 2008.

Reuters writes that Borders (BGP) suspended its dividend and will look for a buyer

Reuters writes that Toyota (TM) is unlikely to make 2008 sales targets.

The Wall Street Journal writes that the Clear Channel (CCU) buy-out is in trouble.

The Wall Street Journal reports that airlines will have to restructure due to problems with oil prices and the economy.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Credit Suisse will report a loss this quarter.

The Wall Street Journal writes that the supply of oil may keep prices high.

The Wall Street Journal writes that car-makers are cutting costs due to an anticipated deep slump

The Wall Street Journal writes that an appeal court ruled against Qualcomm (QCOM) in a key patent case.

The Wall Street Journal repots that Verizon Wireless detailed its open network policy.

The New York Times writes that BNP Paribas says it will not buy rival Societe Generale

The FT writes that shares in Merrill Lynch (MER) fell over concerns about CDO write-offs

The FT writes that Boeing (BA) will probably delay its Dreamliner again.

Douglas A. McIntyre