Something my grandfather always told me as I was growing up was to stay informed. And his advice has been good throughout the years, simple as it might be. No matter what you do in life or where you go, it pays to stay informed, whether that means knowing the local terrain during your camping trip, or knowing the details of your particular work industry. For people interested in keeping up with business news, there are several things I would do as a way to keep in touch.
First, consider getting a business news specific magazine. Magazines are ideal for people who have enough time to read through articles that are several pages long, and who do not work in extremely timely industries, since articles are usually written several days or weeks before the magazine is printed, issues are usually weekly or monthly, and the magazine arrives at houses several days after being printed. For many people, magazines are ideal for giving good overviews of different issues with a little more depth than what one might encounter in a television program.
Second, television programs are potential places to catch up on business news. I think this is perfect for people who prefer hearing news rather than reading it, and this is also a medium geared toward multi taskers. The quality and depth of the news really depends on the preferred program. News stations that do not specifically concentrate on business news tend to write for the average viewer, rather than for people who already have a basic understanding of the industry.
Third, try and get news specific to your industry. This is easier to do with magazines and newspaper articles online, but can possibly be accomplished with television so long as you find specific programs. For example, if you work in the insurance industry, you will want insurance business news. Insurance news can be found anywhere business news can be, but it would serve you well to concentrate on finding that rather than all types of news in particular.