Humanizing the cyber security beat

New York-based Bloomberg News reporter Dune Lawrence has been helping Bloomberg break news since 2004, when she joined the company, reporting on stocks and investors. She now covers hacking and cyber security. More »

Making business news and information light and approachable

San Francisco Chronicle designer Christopher T. Fong chatted with Matt Petty, creative director of the San Francisco Business Times, which launches their redesign today. Petty joined the weekly business publication in December 2013 More »

Telling the story behind the headlines

Mary Huss, the publisher of the San Francisco Business Times, writes about the redesign of the paper. Huss writes, “This is much more than a redesign. It is a re-imagination of our More »

Bartiromo speaks to Forbes about leaving CNBC

Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo reveals why she left CNBC, how she deals with critics in the social media age and how she defines success in an interview with Moira Forbes More »

Deadline Club names business reporting finalists

The Deadline Club, the largest chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, announced the finalists in the 2014 Annual Awards Contest, representing excellence in journalism from newspapers, magazines, radio, television and the More »

 
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Talking Biz News Today — April 7, 2014

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Monday’s top business news stories:

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Vox, the forefront of technology and journalism?

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Ezra Klein is being hailed as the future of technology driven journalism in a Sunday profile in the New York Times by Leslie Kaufman. In the introductory quote, Klein says that while he respects the Washington Post, he was being hampered by its technology. He rolled out the new version of Vox.com on Sunday and talked about the decision with the Times:

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Liberty Media sells stake in Barnes & Noble

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It’s not looking good for brick and mortar bookstores these days. On Thursday, Liberty Media said it would sell most of its holdings in Barnes & Noble, signaling that physical books are becoming a relic of the past.

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Talking Biz News Today — April 4, 2014

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Friday’s top business news stories:

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Talking Biz News Today — April 3, 2014

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Thursday’s top business news stories:

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Citigroup’s troubles In Mexico

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Well, the good times at Citigroup didn’t last long. The bank had yet another public relations blow when it reported fraud was discovered in its Banamex Mexico unit.

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Talking Biz News Today — April 2, 2014

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Wednesday’s top business stories:

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Goldman may sell floor trading

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In a week where much of Wall Street has been talking about Michael Lewis’ new book and high-frequency trading, on Tuesday, the news broke that Goldman Sachs might sell its New York Stock Exchange floor-trading unit.

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Yellen works to reassure markets

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After her debut to mixed results, Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen worked to clarify her earlier comments on how long the Fed would continue its easy money policy.

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Talking Biz News Today — April 1, 2014

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Tuesday’s top stories: