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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 17, 2014

September 17, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Wednesday’s top stories

The New York Times

Sony widens expected loss to $2.14 billion, by Paul Mozur

China central bank to inject $81 billion into top lenders, by Keith Bradsher

The Wall Street Journal

Trian Makes Case to Break Up DuPont, by David Benoit and Jacob Bunge

U.S. Incomes End 6-Year Decline, Just Barely, by Nick Timiraos


iPhone comes out of a ‘bygone era’, reviewers hail bigger handset, by Arnab Sen

French government calls for end to Air France strike, by Alexandria Sage

Alibaba options expected to be listed on September 29: exchanges, by Saqib Iqbal Ahmed


Europe Car Sales Set Growth-Streak Record on Price Cuts, by Mathieu Rosemain

Today in business journalism

Forbes digital revenue growing at 20 percent rate

Preparing for a two-hour biz news show never stops

Bloomberg reporter gets last laugh with Wal-Mart’s PR person

The Maria Bartiromo information diet

Bloomberg auto reporter leaving for PR job

This day in business journalism history

2007: New business magazine launches in Canada

2008: NYT to pick up Breakingviews column dropped by WSJ

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 17: Sarah Frier of Bloomberg News

Sept. 17: Geoff Colvin of Fortune

Sept. 17: Gabriella Stern of The Wall Street Journal

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