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Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 20, 2014

November 20, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories

The New York Times

Senate report criticizes Goldman and JPMorgan over their influence in commodities market, by Nathaniel Popper and Peter Eavis

Comeback by Bill Cosby unravels as rape claims re-emerge, by Bill Carter, Graham Bowley and Lorne Manly

The Wall Street Journal

With wary eye on global tumult, Fed opted to stay on policy path for now, by Jon Hilsenrath

Goldman fires 2 employees, saying they shared confidential information, by Justin Baer

Netflix, Amazon have the measure of TV, by Miriam Gottfried

Bloomberg News

Citigroup risk executive Miller found dead in New York, by Dakin Campbell, Chris Dolmetsch and Stephen Miller

Jack Ma warns Alibaba faces its most dangerous moment, by Bloomberg News


Arizona sues General Motors, says it hid safety defects, by Rama Venkat Raman, Paul Lienert, Rodney Joyce and Robin Paxton

Best Buy profit doubles as U.S. sales rise, by Ramkumar Iyer and Nandita Bose

Buzzfeed Business

Meet Gap’s new CEO: The “digital guy” preparing for more clicks than footsteps, by Sapna Maheshwari

Today in business journalism

Yahoo Finance backtracks on personal finance story

CNBC strikes deal to add context to financial news

Media critic Shafer leaving Reuters

Reuters editor: Job cuts coming as we shift priorities

Pando Daily’s Lacy: My responsibility is to readers

This date in business journalism history

2009: Cable news and the financial crisis

2013: Baltimore Biz Journal pranked by 40 under 40 honoree

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