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Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 4, 2014

November 4, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Tuesday’s top stories:

The New York Times

U.S. fines automakers Hyundai and Kia for misstating mileage, by Coral Davenport and Bill Vlasic

Robust sales of Jeeps and Rams lead big increase for Chrysler, by Aaron M. Kessler

U.S. oil prices fall below $80 a barrel, by Clifford Krauss

The Wall Street Journal

Alibaba reports 54% jump in revenue, by Juro Osawa

Saudi oil-price cut upends market, by Nicole Friedman, Benoît Faucon and Summer Said

Bloomberg News

U.S. deficit decline to 2.8% of GDP is unprecedented turn, by Christopher Condon

JPMorgan faces U.S. criminal investigation into currency trading, by Hugh Son and Michael J. Moore

The Associated Press

EU cuts growth forecasts as big economies falter, by Raf Casert

Many questions still unanswered in spaceship crash, by Justin Pritchard

Business Insider

Tinder’s CEO is stepping down, by James Cook

Today in business journalism

WSJ’s Russolillo leaves for Goldman Sachs

Smith of Fox Business: You have to be tough to be a biz journalist

Why CNET is turning to print

Quartz hits 10.9 million visitors in October

Tech news site CNET branching into print

This date in business journalism history

2007: The cliches in business journalism

2011: Business Insider continues to grow

Business journalism birthdays

Nov. 4: Melissa Lee of CNBC

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