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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 17, 2014

October 17, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Friday’s top stories:

The New York Times

Analysts ask what’s next for Google, by Conor Dougherty

Yellen goes on road to investigate health of the jobs market, by Binyamin Appelbaum

The Wall Street Journal

Jimmy Choo lists in London, with shares at bottom of range, by Jana Simmons

Airbus cuts production plan for A330 jetliner, by Robert Wall

Credit Suisse reshuffles investment bank management, by John Letzing

The Associated Press

Thinner iPads, sharper iMacs in Apple’s lineup, by Anick Jesdanun and Brandon Bailey

Morgan Stanley’s income nearly doubles, by The Associated Press

Yara, CF Industries abandon merger talks, by The Associated Press


Pimco to Blackstone preparing to feast after yield surge, by Laura Keller and Jody Shenn

Business Insider

A Caribbean Cruise ship can’t dock because of a worker who may have had contact with the Ebola virus, by Dina Spector

Today in business journalism

Claman of Fox Business on the art of interviewing

Biz journalists win Front Page Awards

CNBC’s Insana launching daily podcast grows audience by betting on video

IBT tech editor Learmonth takes over media and culture coverage

This date in business journalism history

2007: Why is the dumping of CNBC’s ads news?

2010: ACBJ papers unveil redesigned sites

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 17: Albert Yoon of The Wall Street Journal

Oct. 17: Martin Crutsinger of The Associated Press

Oct. 17: Mike Snider of USA Today

Oct. 18: David Gaffen of Reuters

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