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Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 19, 2014

November 18, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

The New York Times

Defective Takata airbag grows into global problem, by Neil Gough, Jonathan Soble and Hiroko Tabuchi

Uber, a start-up going so fast it could miss a turn, by Farhad Manjoo

Senate defeats bill on Keystone XL pipeline in narrow vote, by Ashley Parker and Coral Davenport

The Wall Street Journal

Apple and others encrypt phones, fueling government standoff, by Devlin Barrett, Danny Yadron and Daisuke Wakabayashi

Nielsen to measure Netflix viewing, by Keach Hagey and Suzanne Vranica

UPS, FedEx gird for an earlier rush, by Laura Stevens

Bloomberg News

Yellen inherits Greenspan’s conundrum as long rates sink, by Matthww Boesler

The Associated Press

Stocks turn higher in Europe ahead of Fed minutes, by The Associated Press

Fox Business

Ferguson small biz: Sales down 80%, by Gabrielle Karol

Today in business journalism

Uber executive wanted to investigate reporters

Can Joe Weisenthal change Bloomberg?

San Antonio Biz Journal adds two to editorial staff

Impractical personal finance advice on the Web runs amok

“First Business News,” syndicated morning TV show, is ending

This date in business journalism history

2005: Christmas retail stories

2008: PC Magazine to stop printing

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