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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 22, 2014

September 22, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Monday’s top stories:

The New York Times

China clamps down on web, pinching companies like Google, by Keith Bradsher and Paul Mozur

Fall TV season has buzz, but it’s growing softer, by Bill Carter and Emily Steel

The Wall Street Journal

Tesco Suspends Executives, Probes Error That Triggers New Profit Warning, by Lisa Fleisher and Peter Evans

Siemens to Buy Dresser-Rand for $7.6 Billion, by Shayndi Raice and Christopher Alessi

Labor Groups Seek Probe of Wal-Mart’s PAC, by Shelly Banjo

The Washington Post

World stock markets slip on China growth jitters, by the Associated Press


Merck KGaA to buy Sigma-Aldrich for $17 billion, by Ludwig Burger

Business Insider

Goldman Sachs Has A Startling Forecast For The Euro, by Sam Ro

Today in business journalism

Bloomberg Businessweek cover is subversive genius

San Antonio Biz Journal names Silva its AME

Reuters ending Counterparties

A news show on the business of technology

International Biz Times names AP’s Simons its business editor

This day is business journalism history

2006: H-P chair resigns, CEO apologizes to journalists

2011: How Bloomberg and Reuters are changing journalism

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 21: Pamela Yip of The Dallas Morning News

Sept. 21: Alex Martin of The Wall Street Journal

Sept. 21: Thomas Black of Bloomberg News

Sept. 22: Neil Cavuto of the Fox Business Network

Sept. 22: Caroline Schaberg of Bloomberg News

Sept. 22: Pat Regnier of Money Magazine

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