Media Digest (4/17/2013) Reuters, WSJ, FT, Bloomberg

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The role of central banks in stimulus will be considered at International Monetary Fund (IMF) and G-20 gatherings. (Reuters)

Display ad revenue at Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) drops sharply. (Reuters)

News Corp. (NASDAQ: NWSA) will call its entertainment company 21st Century Fox. (Reuters)

Carl Icahn agrees to limit his stake in Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) but can join other bidders to make an offer for the company. (Reuters)

Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG) will lengthen the number of days after which it pays suppliers, which will allow it access to $2 billion in cash. (WSJ)

A new IMF report attacks the results of austerity taken on by financially troubled nations. (WSJ)

A reservations system glitch limits American Airlines bookings and causes a number of flights to be halted. (WSJ)

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) completes tests of batteries on its Dreamliner 787, but the FAA has not approved them. (WSJ)

Intel Corp.'s (NASDAQ: INTC) profits drop by 25% as PC sales tumble. (WSJ)

Investment manager John Paulson loses $1.5 billion in his bet on gold prices. (FT)

The drop in gold prices hits central bank asset values by $560 billion. (Bloomberg)

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