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Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 5, 2014

November 5, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Wednesday’s top stories:

The Wall Street Journal

New oil shipment shows cracks in U.S. export ban, by Christian Berthelsen and Lynn Cook

Investors pulled record amount from Pimco’s flagship fund in October, by Kirsten Grind

The New York Times

G.M. offers $25 cards to owners who get ignition switches fixed, by Rebecca R. Ruiz

Turner hires Kevin Reilly, ex-Fox executive, to run TNT and TBS, by Bill Carter

You’re fired! And we really mean it!, by Rachel Feintzeig

The Washington Post

What a Republican-led Congress means for business, by J.D. Harrison

Bloomberg News

Bayern ropes in Germany Inc. to chase Manchester United, by Alex Webb

The Hong Kong murders: A kiss on the cheek and she was gone, by Frederik Balfour, Fitri Wulandari and Cathy Chan

Business Insider

Here’s what stocks did the last time the GOP took Congress with a sitting Democratic President, by Sam Ro

Today in business journalism

SABEW picks 15 journalists for health care symposium

StockTwits co-founder: CNBC’s Hoffman should be fired

TheStreet CEO: We pay for journalists to become certified in Google Analytics

Hicks, former NYTimes biz reporter, dies at 58

Business Insider launches in England

This date in business journalism history

2008: Remaking Bloomberg News to provide more than business news

2011: A lot to like about new tech site The Verge

Business journalism birthdays

Nov. 5: Ida Tarbell formerly of McClure’s magazine

Nov. 5: Lora Western of The Wall Street Journal

Nov. 5: John Harwood of CNBC

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