Tagged: Coverage

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Predicting the markets in 2014

The New Year brings resolutions and in the world of financial journalism it brings stories that try to anticipate what the year holds for global financial markets. Michael J. de la Merced of the...

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Fiat to buy rest of Chrysler

The smallest U.S. auto company will now be fully owned by Italian firm Fiat, ending a dispute about ownership and clarifying the future for both firms. The Wall Street Journal had this story by...

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Fed decides to scale back stimulus

The Federal Reserve Board announced Wednesday its long-awaited decision to begin the pull back from its bond-buying program. While the speculation about when this would happen and how much they’d pull back has been...

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Facebook to sell video ads

Facebook announced Tuesday it plans to start selling video ads that will appear in users news feeds. It’s another way for marketers to reach audiences, but will users actually want to watch the videos?...

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Obama picks Fischer for No. 2 spot at Fed

Stanley Fischer is the choice for the vice chairman role at the Federal Reserve Board, bringing an outsider to the No. 2 spot. The initial stories about his nomination were definitely positive with few organizations citing...

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When labor and the biz media meet

Judy Ancel of LaborNotes.org writes about how labor leaders and the business media that cover them in Kansas City have met every month for breakfast since 1988. Ancel writes,At first, getting union officers to...

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Government Motors is no more

The U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced Monday the government had sold the last of its bailout investment in General Motors for a $10.5 billion loss. While many taxpayers might be angry about the...