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Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 22, 2013

August 22, 2013

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Here are some of the top stories in business journalism on Thursday:

New York Times top headlines:

Shifting tech scene unsettles big players, by Quentin Hardy

U.P.S. to end health benefits for spouses of some workers, by Steven Greenhouse

Reuters top headlines:

Insight: At Apple, Tim Cook leads a quiet cultural revolution, by Poornima Gupta and Peter Henderson

U.S. jobless claims rise but trend hints at quicker hiring, by Jason Lange

CNNMoney top headlines:

Cost to pay White House interns: $2.5 million, by Emily Jane Fox

Fed appeals debit card swipe fee ruling, by Jennifer Liberto

Bloomberg top headlines:

FOMC minutes show broad support for tapering timeline, by Jeff Kearns

Wells Fargo said to eliminate 2,300 mortgage jobs, by Dakin Campbell and Jeff Kearns

The Economist top headlines:

Down towns: When cities start to decline, economic diversity is the thing that can save them

Wall Street Journal top headlines:

For small firms, visas are a big headache, by Angus Loten

This date in business journalism history:

2007: BusinessWeek launches monthly Chicago edition

2011: WSJ. sets ad, page record

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