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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 15, 2014

October 15, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Wednesday’s top stories:

The New York Times

Big legal charge drags down Bank of America’s profit, by Michael Corkery

Time Warner chief to brief investors on plans for growth, by Emily Steel

The Wall Street Journal

Global oil glut sends prices plunging, by Russell Gold

Citigroup consumer chief plans to leave, by Christina Rexrode and Amy Guthrie

Aldermore Group pulls IPO after recent stock market declines, by David Wighton


Toyota recalls 1.67 million Toyota, Lexus cars, by Maki Shiraki and Chang-Ran Kim

Bloomberg News

Spinoffs could set stage for next merger wave: real M&A, by Manuel Baigorri and Tara Lachapelle

Apple, Facebook to pay for female workers to freeze eggs, by Sarah Frier and Tim Higgins

Your Xmas list just got cheaper amid China factory slump, by Bloomberg News

Today in business journalism

How ACBJ has overhauled its online ad sales operation

Washington Business Journal names new publisher

International Business Times names two managing editors’s traffic up 27.5 percent since launch

Does CNBC’s redesign mimic Fox Business?

This date in business journalism history

2007: Early bloopers on Fox Business Network

2012: Different takes on the same message

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 15: Laura Rich of Street Fight

Oct. 15: Kara Scannell of The Financial Times

Oct. 15: Michael Lewis of Bloomberg News

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