Talking Biz News Today — Dec. 13, 2013

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Talking Biz News Today

Some of Friday’s top business stories:

New York Times

A stream of music, not revenue, by Ben Sisario

U.S. agencies dance around cellphone use aloft, by Edward Wyatt

Reuters

In landmark for EU, Ireland leaves its bailout behind, by Conor Humphries and Sam Cage

U.S. wholesale prices remain subdued in November, by Lucia Mutikani

Bloomberg

Boeing reviewing 54 sites for 777X after union talks fail, by Julie Johnsson

USA Today

Amazon said to launch Pantry to take on Costco, Sam’s, by Alistair Barr

CNNMoney

Worst year in history for bond funds, by Hibah Yousuf

Light bulb ban set to take effect, by Steve Hargreaves

Today in business journalism

Bloomberg News reaffirms ban on covering itself

Ken Li, once Reuters.com editor, leaving news organization

Money magazine removes “interim” from design director title

Tallying the fines

This date in business journalism history

2006: Reuters has a new editor in chief

2007: Dow Jones shareholders approve deal