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Talking Biz News Today — Dec. 12, 2014

December 12, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

The New York Times

The vanishing male worker: How America fell behind, by Binyamin Appelbaum

House narrowly passes bill to avoid shutdown: $1.1 trillion in spending, by Ashley Parker and Robert Pear

The Wall Street Journal

Cheaper gasoline fuels retail hopes, by Josh Mitchell and Suzanne Kapner

The biggest music comeback of 2014: Vinyl records, by Neil Shah

Kering replaces Gucci CEO, creative chief to quit, by Manuela Mesco

Business Insider

Google pulls out of Russia, by Joshua Barrie

The Russian currency crisis just got even worse, by Tomas Hirst


Venezuela’s got $21 billion. And owes $21 billion, by Katia Porzecanski

Sony studio head says racial jokes haven’t sapped support, by Anousha Sakoui, Christopher Palmeri and Lucas Shaw

The Associated Press

Christmas tree shopping: cost vs. convenience, by Holly Ramer

Today in business journalism

Prosser named Kansas City Business Journal publisher

Orlando Business Journal names new publisher

CNNMoney hires Kludt as new media reporter

Loeb winner on trial for libel in Angola

Quartz hires WSJ reporter for London bureau

This date in business journalism history

2007: WSJ and CNBC in a feud, and it’s not about Murdoch

2011: Two biz magazine covers among the 10 best of the year

Business journalism birthdays

Dec. 12: Liz Claman of Fox Business Network

Dec.12: Melissa Francis of Fox Business Network

Dec. 12: Jon Fortt of CNBC

Dec. 13: Trish Regan of Bloomberg

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