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Talking Biz News Today — Feb. 9, 2015

February 9, 2015

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of today’s top business news stories:

The New York Times

Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal still up in the air a year later, by Emily Steel and David Gelles

A prickly partnership for Uber and Google, by Mike Isaac

The Wall Street Journal

FCC firms up legal grounds for net neutrality, by Jacob Gershman

Coke, Pepsi feeling drained overseas, by Mike Esteral


Leaked HSBC list shows who was banking on Swiss secrecy, by David Kocieniewski

India forecasts 7.4% GDP growth but economists are puzzled, by Unni Krishnan


Grexit, China growth fears weigh on European assets, by John Geddie

Oil steadies near $58 as U.S. rig count offsets Chinese data, by Jack Stubbs

News about business journalism

Denver Post replaces WSJ Sunday with Tribune’s Success

Indiana daily adds Money & Markets from AP

Reuters video head will oversee sports, lifestyle coverage too

Where the WSJ Sunday staff is going

WSJ Sunday editor says goodbye to readers

This date in business journalism history

2010: Don’t take no for an answer

2013: A story subject takes interest in reporter’s self-marketing

Business journalism birthdays

Jan. 8: Katherine Sayre of

Jan. 8: Scott Cohn of CNBC

Jan. 9: Michelle Caruso-Cabrera of CNBC

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