Morning Links: Reuters CEO Thomas Glocer Replaced by COO James Smith

Reuters CEO Thomas Glocer will step down in January. He will be replaced by COO James Smith, who started his career as a journalist. [NY Times]

75 percent of the Class of 2015 sends 20 or more text messages a day. [WWD]

Eliot Spitzer is a capitalist who sympathizes with Occupy Wall Street. [Capital NY]

The Charlie Rose-Gayle King CBS morning show will be called CBS: This Morning [Huffington Post]

The Pulitzer Board wants online breaking news submitted digitally this year. [Politico]

An American journalist sexually assaulted by Egyptian security forces. [NPR]

Despite online growth, Barnes and Noble dropped sixteen percent due to decreasing sales at bookstores. [WSJ]

Are Facebook’s sharing settings on the Washington Post social reader misleading? [Forbes]

Morning Links: Reuters CEO Thomas Glocer Replaced by COO James Smith