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Talking Biz News Today — April 29, 2014

April 29, 2014

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Some of Tuesday’s top business stories:

The NY Times

Bank of America’s bad accounting, by Floyd Norris
In victory for Obama, court backs rules for coal pollution, by Coral Davenport

The Wall Street Journal

Target names new chief info officer following data breach, by Lauren Pollock


EBay’s results top Wall Street targets but outlook disappoints, by Deepa Seetharaman
Twitter disappoints again on user growth and views; shares drop, by Gerry Shih

The Associated Press

High lime prices giving US bartenders a hangover


Sprint, HTC, Spotify, Harman to target audiophiles, by Erin Griffith

And in local news:

Triangle Business Journal

Men in Kilts to wash Triangle windows starting next week, by Dawn Kurry

Today in business journalism

Keller, fired at Bloomberg BusinessWeek, lands at PolicyMic
FT’s CEO talks mobile subscribers and the importance of print
WSJ launches new DC newsletter
WSJ’s Favole joins communications firm
BofA error causes pull back

This date in business journalism history

2009: Utah biz magazine shutters
2013: Target to sell Wired-endorsed products

Business journalism birthdays

April 29: Dawn Kopecki of Bloomberg News

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