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Talking Biz News Today — Aug. 19, 2013

August 19, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

Here is what business journalists are focusing on Monday as their top stories:

Wall Street Journal top headlines:

Investigators focus on pilot procedures in UPS jet crash, by Andy Pasztor

Mexico’s Pemex looks to tap U.S. shale, by Jose de Cordoba and Laurence Liff

Financial Times top headlines:

Value of U.S. fuel exports soar, by James Politi

Bond yields rise as taper talk persists, by James Chisolm

Bloomberg News top headlines:

U.S. stocks fall as investors await Fed stimulus signals, by Ted Stoukas and Alex Barinka

Repo market decline raises alarm as regulation strains debt, by Liz Capo McCormick and Anchalee Worrachate

Reuters top headlines:

Boeing undercuts rivals in South Korea fighter contest, by Joyce Lee

U.S. pushes for more access to Japan insurance, auto markets, by Stanley White

CNNMoney top headlines:

India edges toward crisis as rupee plunges, by Charles Riley

The IRS is cracking down on small business, by Jose Pagliery

New York Times top headlines:

Public funds take control of assets, dodging Wall Street, by Nathaniel Popper

Most of U.S. is wired, but millions are not plugged in, by Edward Wyatt

This date in business journalism:

2012: The Arizona Republic in Phoenix decides to focus its Sunday business coverage on the economy.

2008: Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and Marketwatch.com show up on Blackberry.

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