Nortel faces possible NYSE delisting; AT&T closes Wayport deal

> Nortel Networks was told it faces a possible delisting from the New York Stock Exchange if it cannot bring its share price above the required $1 minimum in the next six months. Article (sub. req.)

> AT&T Mobility announced the completion of its deal to acquire WiFi service provider Wayport, which it says will boost the number of its domestic hotspots to around 20,000. Release

> Worldwide semiconductor revenues fell for only the fifth time in 25 years, down 4.4. percent from 2007 because of weakening economic conditions, according to preliminary research from Gartner. Article

> The French telecom regulator Arcep, is pushing for France Telecom Orange, Vivendi SFR and Bouygues Telecom to share their 3G networks. Article

And finally... Police in Illinois tracked down four teens who had robbed a pizza delivery man by following footsteps through the snow from where the delivery man was robbed to a house on the same block. Article

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