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Talking Biz News — Sept. 30, 2013

September 30, 2013

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Some of Monday’s top business stories:

Wall Street Journal

Siemens aiming for 15,000 jobs cuts, by William Boston

Shanghai ‘free-trade zone’ opens, by Richard Silk


First U.S. shutdown in 17 years imminent with no talks, by Roxana Tiron, Michael C. Bender and Kathleen Hunter

BlackBerry rare breakup fee seen deterring bids: Real M&A, by Serena Saitto, Leslie Picker and Hugo Miller


American Airlines plans to hire 1,500 pilots, by Karen Jacobs

BMW, Hundai and Kia recall over 180,000 cars in China, by Fang Yan and Matthew Miller


How the government will shut down, by Jeanne Sahadi

Debt ceiling: 8 things you need to know, but wish you didn’t, by Jeanne Sahadi


Change is in the wind, offshore, by Brian Dumaine

Today in business journalism

Forbes.com hits 50 million unique viewers in September

WSJ names Thurm senior deputy tech editor 

Reuters seeks to eliminate five positions tied to Reuters Next

Looking at coverage of the new health care law 

This date in business journalism history

2008: Cramer apologizes for being duped by Wachovia CEO

2012: Iran jury finds Reuters guilty


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