Talking Biz News

Coverage: Honda CEO steps down

After several years of recalls and other issues, Honda’s chief executive officer is being replaced with what some are calling a low-level engineer. He’s certainly an unknown to run one of the world’s largest...

Talking Biz News Today — Feb. 25, 2015

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories: The New York Times Google plans new headquarters, and a city fears being overrun, by Conor Dougherty Donald R. Keough, who led Coca-Cole through the New Coke...

Bringing back “Wall Street Week”

Anthony Scaramucci doesn’t intend to copy Louis Rukeyser, who hosted the iconic “Wall Street Week” show on public television from 1970 to 2005. But Scaramucci, who’s bringing back the show in April as its...

Talking Biz News Today — Feb. 24, 2015

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories: The New York Times She runs S.E.C. He’s a lawyer. Recusals and headaches ensue., by Peter Eavis and Ben Protess Bill O’Reilly and Fox News redouble defense...

Talking Biz News — Feb. 23, 2015

Some of Monday’s top business news stories: The New York Times Ellen Pao suit against Kleiner Perkins heads to trial, with big potential implications, by David Streitfeld Pandora making bid to unruffle music world,...

Coverage: Wal-Mart raising wages

Some might say it’s been a long time coming, but Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is finally raising wages for entry-level employees. Sruthi Ramakrishnan and Nathan Layne had this story for Reuters: Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT.N) said it...

Talking Biz News Today — Feb. 20, 2015

Some of Friday’s top business news stories: The New York Times F.T.C. challenges merger of Sysco and US Foods, by David Gelles Tech investors create a billion-dollar-baby boom, by Michael J. de la Merced...