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A montage of 25 years of business coverage on CNBC

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FT creates editorial complaints position

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CNBC celebrates 25th anniversary

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Lang joins Variety from The Wrap

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Talking Biz News Today — April 3, 2014


Thursday’s top business news stories:


Citigroup’s troubles In Mexico


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.


Talking Biz News Today — April 2, 2014


Wednesday’s top business stories:

Market frenzy

Goldman may sell floor trading


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.


Yellen works to reassure markets


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.


Talking Biz News Today — April 1, 2014


Tuesday’s top stories:


Talking Biz News Today — March 31, 2014


Business news headlines for Monday:


How the growing GM recall is being covered


General Motors Co. announced yet another recall, adding to the totals this year as new Chief Executive Mary Barra works to stem the bad press from the company’s handling of problems. The move comes before Barra testifies in front of Congress this week, giving lawmakers even more ammunition in questioning her.

economic data

How to take the economy’s measure


An economist told business and financial journalists Saturday to beware of aggregated data because sometimes it hides important trends.

Money Under 30

Blogging and business journalism


Financial blogging is like gambling: You can never predict when it’s going to take off.