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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 10, 2014

October 10, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Friday’s top stories:

The New York Times

A deal maker tries to tune up UBS’s investment bank, by Anita Raghavan

Merkel hints at economic policy shift in Germany, by Jack Ewing and Alison Smale

The Wall Street Journal

Amazon to open first brick-and-mortar site, by Greg Bensinger and Keiko Morris

Tesla Motors shows off automated driving system, by Andy Pasztor


Five reasons why Icahn says Apple is worth $1.2 trillion, by Tim Higgins and Denni Hu

The Associated Press

Global stocks sink after Wall Street plunge, by Joe McDonald

Olive Garden seen through an unlimited pasta pass, by Candice Choi

Nissan recalls 2013 Altimas for hood latch problems, by The Associated Press

Today in business journalism

SABEW names new executive director

The Deal adds staff writers

CNBC negotiating for Jay Leno show

Life after the NYTimes for one business journalist

The primetime reinvention of CNBC

This date in business journalism history

2008: Kurtz shouldn’t blame business media for economy’s problems

2009: Exodus begins at BusinessWeek

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 10: Rylan Miller of Business Insider

Oct. 10: Alison Frankel of Reuters

Oct. 10: Lisa Bernard-Kuhn of The Cincinnati Inquirer


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