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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 13, 2014

October 13, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Monday’s top stories:

The New York Times

Canadian Pacific makes deal overture to CSX, by David Gelles and Alexandra Stevenson

Leaning forward, MSNBC loses ground to rival CNN, by Bill Carter

The Wall Street Journal

Global signs of slowdown ripple across markets, vex policy makers, by Ian Talley, Brian Blackstone and Raymond Zhong

OPEC members’ rift deepens amid falling oil prices, by Benoît Faucon, Summer Said and Sarah Kent

Luxottica turmoil deepens as new CEO quits, by Manuela Mesco


Mobs confront Hong Kong protesters near business district, by Fion Li and Moxy Ying

U.S. economy set to shrug off Wall Street growth worries, by Rich Miller and Simon Kennedy


Statoil exits Shah Deniz with $2.25 billion sale to Petronas, by Gwladys Fouche and Terje Solsvik

Exclusive – Privately, Saudis tell oil market: get used to lower prices, by Ron Bousso and Joshua Schneyer

Today in business journalism

Pennsylvania paper names new editor

Indianapolis Business Journal to roll out digital metered access

Des Moines daily to group business beats

SABEW names new executive director

The Deal adds staff writers

This date in business journalism history

2006: More on the demise of labor reporting

2011: The state of business journalism

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 12: Liam Pleven of The Wall Street Journal

Oct. 12: John McCorry of Bloomberg News

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