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Talking Biz News Today — Dec. 1, 2014

December 1, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

The New York Times

Star witness in Apple lawsuit is Steve Jobs, by Brian X. Chen

Thanksgiving weekend sales, at stores and online, slide 11 percent, by Hiroko Tabuchi

Popular ‘Eat This, Not That!’ brand to start quarterly magazine, by Christine Haughney

The Wall Street Journal

It’s showtime for November auto sales, by Jeff Bennett

Even after selloff, energy stocks find few buyers, by Dan Strumpf, Matt Wirz and Nicole Friedman

Lufthansa pilots to strike Monday and Tuesday, by William Boston and Natalia Drozdiak


Deutsche Bahn seeks $2.6 billion damages from airlines, by Matthias Sobolewski, Ludwig Burger and Maria Sheahan

Fed rattled by elusive inflation, but loath to sound alarm yet, by Jonathan Spicer and Ann Saphir


OPEC inaction spurs survival of fittest as oil below $65, by Ben Sharples and Grant Smith

Wanda holds talks to buy Lions Gate, MGM in Hollywood push, by Bloomberg News

Today in business journalism

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Texas paper hires new business reporter

Claman of Fox Business on covering the tech world

WSJ’s Pope-Chappell hired by LinkedIn

This date in business journalism history

2007: Assessing biz news on the idiot box

2011: Thomson Reuters CEO Glocer steps down

Business journalism birthdays

Dec. 1: Mark Vamos of Southern Methodist University

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