Briefing Before Breakfast

For the busy executive who gets out of bed at an early hour and wants to watch something meatier than Good Morning America, now comes Business Times, a two-hour newscast that will debut March 1. Unlike most TV news shows, this one will be entirely staffed by journalists who specialize in business news, including some of the best in the field, and will be broadcast from a set that is supposed to duplicate the atmosphere of a Wall Street trading room. "Our emphasis will be on credibility and content," says James C. Crimmins, 48, the TV producer who created the program....

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