Tagged: Coverage

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A look at the new BBC Capital

Jennifer Merritt is the editor of BBC Capital, the new business news website launched Thursday by the British television network. She came from Reuters, where she had been working on the wealth management coverage...

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SEC moves on money market reforms

In a move meant to curb runs on money funds, the Securities and Exchange Commission agreed to a set of reforms. While changes in the industry have been debated since the 2008 financial crisis,...

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Looking at patent trolling coverage

President Obama issued executive orders Tuesday in an attempt to stop firms that abuse patents, or so-called patent trolls. The issue is one that’s been championed by the technology industry, according to the press,...

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Two versions of the auto market

Car and truck sales numbers were released Monday, but not everyone saw them in the same light. The Wall Street Journal story started off with questions about the ability of the market to continue...

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Newsweek put up for sale

Another famed magazine, albeit online only now, is facing an uncertain future. Newsweek is for sale, and many in the media are depressed to see the once mighty weekly reduced to a name for...

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Falling commodities prices

Falling commodities prices could signal that global inflation will remain low. It’s also an interesting story that touches all aspects of business from raw materials to investors’ portfolios. The Wall Street Journal had an...

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New home prices are up

Seems like the housing market has shaken off the last of the crisis. Bloomberg reports that new home sales are at the second-highest level since 2008 and demand is growing. Here’s the story: Sales...