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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 28, 2014

October 27, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Tuesday’s top stories:

The Wall Street Journal

Alibaba eyes payments tie-up with Apple, by Rolfe Winkler and Yun-Hee Kim

Tesla unveils lower-cost lease program, by Mike Ramsey and John D. Stoll

Apple’s surprising growth driver: the Mac, by Daisuke Wakabayashi and Shira Ovide

The New York Times

Serving up fries, for a living wage, by Liz Alderman and Steven Greenhouse

E.C.B. stress tests seen as bolstering confidence in banks, by Peter Eavis

Usage stalls for Twitter, shares drop, by Vindu Goel


Billionaire spurned by Buffett seeks global Wi-Fi network, by Brendan Coffey

Madison Square Garden explores plan to split into two, by Alex Sherman, Jeffery McCracken and Scott Soshnick


T-Mobile posts record subscriber growth but losses bigger than expected, by Marina Lopes

BP posts slump in Russian income but raises dividend, by Dmitry Zhdannikov and Ron Bousso

Today in business journalism

Magazine covers as an investment signal

Globe and Mail biz desk losing two staffers

Quartz editor: We want smart stories that people share

Portland Biz Journal adds section to website

McGraw Fellowship in business journalism is available

This date in business journalism history

2008: Record month for CNBC

2009: Drop in CNBC viewers nothing to worry about

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 28: Gail MarksJarvis of The Chicago Tribune

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