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Talking Biz News Today- Aug. 21, 2013

August 21, 2013

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Some of the top stories in business journalism today:

New York Times top headlines:

Many Wall St. banks woo children of Chinese leaders, by David Barboza

Currency volatility is unnerving investors, by Nathaniel Popper

Reuters top headlines:

Greece’s ‘third’ bailout talk shadows ECB visit to Athens, by Harry Papachristou

America Movil secures financing to buy KPN, by Robert-Jan Bartunek

CNNMoney top headlines:

Where U.S. aid to Egypt goes, by Steve Hargreaves

Fortune top headlines:

A U.S. manufacturing comeback won’t rebuild the middle class, by Nin-Hai Tseng

Bloomberg top headlines:

Sales of U.S. existing homes rise to highest since 2009, by Victoria Stilwell

BMW owners waiting for repairs on supply chain breakdown, by Angela Maier and Richard Weiss

This date in business journalism history:

2012: The Mississippi Business Journal is sold by Dolan Co.

2008: The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires have asked a judge to unseal an antitrust case between Advanced Micro Devices and Intel Corp.

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