April 9 - U.S. stock futures are pointing to a lower open on a weaker-than-expected jobs report and Sony is to cut 10,000 jobs, according to the Nikkei newspaper.
Here's a morning call this Monday US academics teachers taking it on the -- ahead of the open down NASDAQ S&P 500 futures down. About 1% each after Friday's jobs report showed much weaker employment growth and anticipated. The markets were closed Friday for the holiday could then provide more support chairman Ben Bernanke picks up the busy week speeches for central bankers. With the top -- financial stability at the federal reserve bank of Atlanta. At 7:15 this evening he's expected to answer questions from the audience. AOL just announced a billion dollar deal. With Microsoft a company selling more than 800 patents -- the software firm Microsoft will license more than 300 additional patents and patent applications from AOL as well. The patent sale includes the sale of an AOL subsidiary. On which AOL expects to record -- capital loss for tax purposes. AOL's stock right now way -- the premarket to be more than 52 week high. Sony reportedly planning major job cuts -- as part of its turnaround strategy. -- -- newspaper says it will slash 101000 jobs 6% of its workforce. The entertainment giant has spent four years in the red. Sony's new CEO giving a briefing Thursday which may contain more details about the company's future it's suffered from competition apple and Samsung. A strong yen and weak demand for its TV it's. AT&T has averted a potentially costly strike. At least for now more than 40000 employees will keep working under the terms of an expired labor pact as negotiations continue. The unions saying over the weekend it made some progress but has it a lot of ground last cup car. And apple could have another international fight on its hands Britain's advertising regulator. Deciding whether to launch of inquiry into the tech giant's marketing at its newest iPad. Some customers complaining about Apple's claim the device has. Four G technology which enables users to access faster Internet broadband services. As four G service isn't available there. Last month Australia went after apple for the same issue. And the company decided to offer refunds to all active buyers as a -- call this Monday I'm Jen -- this is -- this.