And in the real world...Vodafone, O2, Sainsbury's, eBay, BAA and more

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

World news... round-up
World news... round-up

O2 and Vodafone emerged as the big winners yesterday in plans for a shake-up of the airwaves used by the UK's mobile phone operators.
Source: Financial Times

Sainsbury's chief executive, Justin King, said today that the supermarket had the "greatest growth potential" of Britain's big four grocers as the group reported an 11 per cent rise in annual profits.
Source: The Guardian

EBay has won an important legal battle in a long-running war with luxury brand owners over the sale of counterfeit goods on its auction site, potentially paving the way for a more united approach to fighting fakes.
Source: Financial Times

The airports operator BAA on Wednesday said Citigroup's consortium had been eliminated from the auction for Gatwick Airport, leaving just two bidders in the running.
Source: The Wall Street Journal Europe

Dozens of European airlines, including the budget carriers Ryanair, EasyJet and Wizz Air, have caved in to demands from Brussels to improve their websites in a move that should make booking tickets online cheaper and less confusing.
Source: Financial Times