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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 27, 2014

October 27, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Monday’s top stories:

The New York Times

How Facebook is changing the ways its users consume journalism, by Ravi Somaiya

Most European Banks Pass E.C.B. Stress Test, by Jack Ewing

The Wall Street Journal

Williams Sweetens deal to merge Master Limited Partnerships, by Alsion Sider

Saab seals $5.44 billion jet deal, by Sven Grundberg

Venezuela cancels plan to sell US oil refiner Citgo, by Kejal Vyas

The Associated Press

German business confidence drops for 6th month, by The Associated Press

Amazon workers in Germany on strike again, by The Associated Press

Bloomberg News

Tesco bondholders seeing cut to junk join shopper exodus, by Tom Beardsworth

Vodafone starts audit into possible tax fraud at Ono unit, by Amy Thomsom and Rodrigo Orihuela


Federal Reserve to take away the punch bowl, by Mike Peacock

Today in business journalism

Cavuto remembers Terry Keenan

Sherr named executive editor of CNET

Keenan, former CNBC and Fox Biz anchor, has died

Black Enterprise launching “Women of Power” TV show

How business journalism helps you run a media business

This date in business journalism history

2008: aims to give readers a seat in the discussion

2012: From opera to business journalism

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 26: David Evans of Bloomberg

Oct. 27: Michael Calderone of The Huffington Post

Oct. 27: Ely Portillo of The Charlotte Observer

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