And in the real world... GM, BBC, Google, CBS and Tesco

campaignlive.co.uk, Wednesday, 09 December 2009 12:15PM

Today's round-up of the biggest business stories.

And in the real world....GM, BBC, Google, CBS and Tesco,

And in the real world....GM, BBC, Google, CBS and Tesco,

General Motors' new chief executive said the car-maker was "looking at the possibility" of paying back its US government bail-out loans from its cash reserves.
Source: Financial Times

The Government was plunged into a new dispute with the BBC yesterday after it included BBC Worldwide in a list of assets that it was considering selling and urged the corporation to spin off part of its commercial division.
Source: The Times

Germany's newspaper publishers are considering launching joint websites in which to sell articles – a move to defend themselves against search engines such as Google that have put newspaper sales under pressure by offering free news online.
Source: Financial Times

US media groups are ending one of the worst years for advertising with talk of a recovery as three groups offered some optimism for next year.
Source: Financial Times

Tesco reported slower than expected quarterly sales growth today, disappointing some City analysts who had expected its recent marketing blitz to pay off before Christmas.

Source: The Guardian

Alistair Darling will today flesh out plans for the biggest squeeze in public spending for a generation in his pre-Budget report, with only schools, hospitals and the police being spared average cuts of about 14 per cent over three years.
Source: Financial Times

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