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Talking Biz News Today — Aug. 20, 2013

August 20, 2013

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Here are the stories that business journalists are working on for Tuesday:

Bloomberg News top headlines:

Capital Flows Back to U.S. as Markets Slump Across Asia, by Shamim Adam & Kevin Hamlin

Amazon Ramps Up $13.9 Billion Warehouse Building Spree, by Danielle Kucera

Reuters top headlines:

Barnes & Noble founder halts plan to buy stores; loss widens, by Jessica Wohl and Phil Wahba

Penney sales stumble but back-to-school up and running, by Phil Wahba

CNNMoney top headlines:

China is Apple’s land of iPhone opportunity, by Julianne Pepitone

Hedge funds follow Carl Icahn into Dell, by Maureen Farrell

New York Times top headlines:

Hiring the Well-Connected Isn’t Always a Scandal, by Andrew Ross Sorkin

Banks Are Falling Short in Planning for the Worst, Fed Says, by Peter Eavis

Bloomberg Businessweek top headlines:

LinkedIn’s New Strategy: Get Them While They’re Young, by Joshua Brustein

This date in business journalism:

2012: CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo said goodbye to her producer, Lulu Chiang, left CNBC after eight years. (Chiang is now a senior producer for the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.)

2008: Adam Goodman was named the new business editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (Goodman is still at the paper as deputy managing editor of local and business news.)

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