Talking Biz News

Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 25, 2013

Some of Monday’s top business stories: New York Times Signs of change in news mission at Bloomberg, by Amy Chozick, Nathaniel Popper, Edward Wong and David Carr Reuters Wal-Mart names McMillon to replace Duke...

Investors love Cinda IPO

Chinese asset management company Cinda is shaping up to be the hottest initial public offering of the holiday season. Hedge funds and other investors are pouring cash into the offering, hoping to capitalize on...

Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 22, 2013

Some of Friday’s top business stories: Reuters Chinese Nokia workers pledge to continue strike, by James Pomfret CNNMoney Buyer beware: Retail cards have costly trap, by Blake Ellis Bloomberg Fiat seen as winner with...

Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 21, 2013

Some of Thursday’s top stories: Bloomberg Home-care aides at poverty’s edge are hottest U.S. jobs, by Tom Moroney U.S. stocks snap three-day drop as jobless claims drop, by Nick Taborek Reuters Target profit pinched...

The end of easy money

The Federal Reserve Board is considering pulling back on its bond purchases, but it won’t be easy to wean the market from the stimulus it now considers nearly essential. The release of the minutes...

Talking Biz News Today- Nov. 20, 2013

Some of Wednesday’s top stories: Reuters Hundreds of Chinese workers protest after Microsoft Nokia deal, by James Pomfret Home sales fall as prices rise, by Margaret Chadbourn CNBC Obamacare bombshell: IT official says HealthCare.gov...