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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 21, 2017

September 21, 2017

Posted by Chris Roush

TBNSome of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

U.S. stocks wobble after Fed announcement, but close higher, by Alex Veiga

Facebook tightens ad policies after “Jew-hater” fiasco, by Barbara Ortutay

Bloomberg

Yellen says Fed is monitoring banks for harm from Equifax breach, by Elizabeth Dexheimer

Citigroup joins corporate climate fight with swift energy pledge, by Eric Roston

Fortune

Nest makes a bigger push into keeping your home safe, by Jonathan Vanian

Equifax has been pointing people to a knockoff phishing site, by Robert Hackett

Reuters

Toys ‘R’ Us CEO sees future with smaller shops, by Jessica DiNapoli

Apple concedes new watch has connectivity glitch, by Supantha Mukherjee and Stephen Nellis

News about business journalism

News Journal in Delaware losing two business reporters

CNBC’s Make It partners with Bustle for personal finance series

Advertisers discourage investigative business journalism

Quartz believes in the advertising business model

Greater Wilmington Biz Journal promotes Nunn to assistant editor

This date in business journalism

2012: Stern named deputy ME of WSJ digital network

2007: Technology changing business journalism

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 21: Thomas Black of Bloomberg News

Sept. 21: Alex Martin of The Wall Street Journal

Sept. 21: Roger Parloff of ProPublica

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