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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 3, 2014

October 3, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Friday’s top stories:

The New York Times

As Fed retreats from stimulus, central banks overseas expand theirs, by Binyamin Appelbaum, Jack Ewing and Neil Gough

Cyberattack against JPMorgan Chase affects 76 million households, by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Matthew Goldstein and Nicole Perlroth

The Wall Street Journal

Ex-News Corp editor pleads guilty in U.K. phone-hacking case, by Jenny Gross

Warren Buffett buys new-car retail chain, by Christina Rogers, Erik Holm and Chelsey Dulaney

Salix, Cosmo Cancel Merger Agreement, by Chip Cummins


UBS faces fine of up to $6.3 billion in French tax probe: paper, by Joshua Franklin

The Associated Press

US employers likely stepped up hiring in September, by Christopher Rugaber

EU antitrust body oks Facebook’s $19B Whatsapp bid, by The Associated Press

Today in business journalism

Overseeing the radical strategy at Forbes

As Inc. turns 35, its new editor is full of ideas

Bloomberg Media names director of digital content for Europe, Middle East, Africa renews sponsorship of “Nightly Business Report”

AP biz editor Gibbs to receive SABEW’s President’s Award

This date in business journalism history

2008: CNN hands over info to SEC about Jobs heart attack poster

2011: WSJ sees 24 percent rise in print ad revenue in August

Business journalism birthdays

Oct. 4: Shibani Joshi of the Fox Business Network

Oct. 4: Norman Pearlstine of Time

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