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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 11, 2014

September 11, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of today’s top stories:

The New York Times

Cereals Struggle in U.S. as Tastes and Rituals Change, by Stephanie Strom

Alibaba Is Bringing Luxury, Fast, to China’s Middle Class, by David Gelles

New Drug to Treat Obesity Gains Approval by F.D.A., by Andrew Pollack

The Wall Street Journal

Huawei Internal Probe Finds Possible Evidence of Corruption, by Juro Osawa

Sony and Viacom Reach Web-TV Deal, by Shalini Ramachandran


Senators urge Burger King to ditch move to Canada, by Emily Stephenson


Twitter Seeks Up to $1.5 Billion in Debt Offering, by Sarah Frier

Business Insider

Look At All The Banks Planning To Leave Scotland If It Votes For Independence, by Thomas Hirst


Amazon Casts Its Vote With the Postal Service, by Devin Leonard

Today in business news

Macworld magazine is shutting print edition

VentureBeat beefs up editorial staff

Lundquist, pioneering tech journalist, dies at 64

Economist names new NY bureau chief, US biz editor

Bull, former Reuters reporter, hired to be Bloomberg editor 

 This date in business journalism history

2008: CNBC now running a “deathwatch” 

2012: Quartz looking to change business journalism

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 11: Maria Bartiromo of Fox Business Network

Sept. 11: Rick Tetzeli of Fast Company

Sept. 11: Jessica Hall of the Portland Press Herald in Maine

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