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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 15, 2013

October 15, 2013

Posted by Meredith Hamrick

Some of Tuesday’s top business stories:

Wall Street Journal

House Republicans prepare new plan, by Patrick O’Connor, Janet Hook and Kristina Peterson

Apple hires Burberry CEO as retail chief, by Kathy Gordon

New York Times

Bond traders shift bets with political wind, by Nathaniel Popper

The bloodlust of pundits swirls around Jamie Dimon, by Andrew Ross Sorkin


Burger cooks cost $7 billion a year in government aid, by Leslie Patton

Yahoo’s profit tops estimates as Mayer’s turnaround gains steam, by Brian Womack


6 ways a default could hurt the world, by Maureen Farrell


What Gen Y doesn’t get about open enrollment, by Maggie McGrath

Today in business journalism

Birmingham real estate reporter headed to Memphis

Bloomberg releases Citigroup earnings early

Americans share Nobel Prize for economics

Biz magazines underperform industry in third quarter

This date in business journalism history

2007: Union will still fight for better benefits

2010: Reuters employees asked about sexual orientation


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