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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 25, 2014

September 25, 2014

Posted by Meg Garner

Some of Thursday’s top stores

The New York Times

Under new leadership, BlackBerry unveils the Passport, its newest smartphone, by Ian Austen

Comcast lashes out at rivals opposed to merger plan, by Emily Steel

The Wall Street Journal

GlaxoSmithKline names RBS’s Philip Hampton as chairman, by Max Colchester and Hester Plumridge

Tory Burch hires Ralph Lauren veteran as co-CEO, by Shelly Banjo

The Washington Post

FAA said to be planning to let filmmakers operate drones in populated areas, by Craig Whitlock


Rosneft may back out of Morgan Stanley oil unit deal: sources, by Dmitry Zhdannikov

Dollar marches to four-year high; euro, oil wilt, by Marc Jones

Business Insider

Suddenly, Apple just looks accident prone, by Jim Edwards

The Associated Press

Pilots, Air France negotiating way to end strike, by The Associated Press

Lufthansa pilots’ union threatens new strikes, by The Associated Press

Today in business journalism

Thomson Reuters turns up heat in chat wars

Forbes terminates online contributor

FT names finalists for business book of the year

Vella, Time’s business editor, promoted to AME

Ingrassia, former NYT biz editor, plans to retire

This date in business journalism history

2007: Forbes aims new magazine at women

2013: The Deal launches new iPhone app

Business journalism birthdays

Sept. 25: Josh Tyrangiel of Bloomberg Businessweek

Sept. 25: Chris Palmeri of Bloomberg News

Sept. 25: Amir Efrati of The Information

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