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Talking Biz News Today — Dec. 3, 2014

December 3, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The New York Times

Income gap shrinks in Chile, for better or worse, by Eduardo Porter

With Russia on brink of recession, Putin faces ‘new reality,’ by Neil MacFarquhar and Andrew E. Kramer

Black Friday deals and low interest rates increase November auto sales, by Bill Vlasic

The Wall Street Journal

Christie’s CEO Murphy steps down, by Kelly Crow and Sara Germano

Emails about loans plague Credit Suisse, by Joseph Checkler and Patrick Fitzgerald


Fall of the bond king: How Gross lost empire as Pimco cracked, by Mary Childs

Takata rejects U.S. demand for nationwide air-bag recall, by Craig Trudell and Jeff Green


A look through the Sony Pictures data hack: This is as bad as it gets, by Tom Gara and Charlie Warzel

Today in business journalism

Editors named for WSJ’s Money & Investing desk

Gaines, global editor at large, leaving Reuters

Reuters plans to expand stock coverage

WSJ among media seeking lift of energy company CEO gag order

Gorman, WSJ reporter, leaving journalism

This date in business journalism history

2009: CNBC ratings continue to fall

2013: FBI arrests man after he appeared on CNBC show

Business journalism birthdays

Dec. 3: Ed Finn of Barron’s

Dec. 3: Jonathan Berr of CBS MoneyWatch

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