What are your favorite sources for news and information?

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Frankly, I use LinkedIn as a news aggregator.  No one source is always good.

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LinkedIn, Twitter, email subscriptions, youtube and various web sites

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Broadcast wise I rely on the BBC for a quick synopsis of world news. When I want to get in depth, I turn to Reddit. I like the different perspectives from those who have no impact on outcomes, just pure information as it is. 

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I have had to shy away from a few that now seem tainted by politics... I primarily follow Reuters and AP but also read WSJ and occasionally BBC or NPR

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NYTimes, LinkedIn, WSJ, Washington Post, and Cheddar Business. I do like the occasional Business Insider article to pass the time.

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I use the TechPort app on my mobile for all my tech news.  For the day to day news, I just use the Bing homepage.

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I am not a fan of any US news outlet. So mostly Sueddeutsche (German newspapaper), sometimes PBS & BBC. Forbes and other economics sources to read on the plane....

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News- I like CNBC and In paper Barrons. To learn I have been amazed at what you can learn on YouTube. Both for work and home. Also enjoy TEDx on my smart TV

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Google news

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Aggregated news from LinkedIn, industry portals and business magazines

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I love my Twitter feed.

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My TV news channels are CNN, CNBC, ABC, CBS & NBC - I also read the Washington Post and NY Times.

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Balanced views - LinkedIn, WSJ, USA Today, AJC, Yahoo, CNN and Fox News

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Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo, local news media

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Mostly NPR and NY Times podcasts while I work out in the morning, The local newspaper w/ breakfast. Facebook and Linked-In during the day. 

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Honestly, I use LinkedIn and also google search.