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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 19, 2014

September 19, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Friday’s top stories

The New York Times

Scotland Rejects Independence From Britain in Historic Vote, by Steven Erlanger and Alan Cowell

Larry Ellison Says He Is Done as Chief at Oracle, by Quentin Hardy

The Wall Street Journal

Home Depot Breach Bigger Than Target’s, by Robin Sidel

JetBlue CEO Barger to Retire in February, by Susan Carey

Boeing Faces a Future Without Fighter Jets, by Doug Cameron and Robert Wall


Some consumers say Apple is losing its ‘cool’ factor, by Malathi Nayak

China hands drugmaker GSK record $489 million fine, sentences executives, by Adam Jourdan and Ben Hirschler


Alibaba Group Said to Raise $21.8 Billion in Record U.S. IPO, by Leslie Picker

Today in business journalism

The vicious cycle of fighting for the scoop

CNBC online hires personal finance editor, associate producer

Economist to sell advertising based on time

Forbes in a new publishing world

Barron’s Asia to launch on Oct. 15

This day in business journalism history

2007: Fox Business Network aiming at wrong audience

2013: Quartz plans to become profitable by 2015

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 19: Laura Goldberg of the Houston Chronicle

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