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Talking Biz News Today — June 22, 2020

June 22, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Hit hard by virus, fine dining finds new ways to serve, by Dee-Ann Durbin

Firearms sales on the rise, more travel bans eased


US faces ‘avalanche of evictions’ as rent protections expire, by Vanessa Yurkevich

These companies laid off thousands of employees this week, by Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street Journal

Cash Remains King as Companies Close a Dismal Second Quarter, by Thomas Gryta, Theo Francis

The Pandemic Has Pushed Car Buying Online. It’s Expected to Stick., by Nora Naughton


Insurer launches overseas and domestic road trip coverage for pandemic-era travelers, by Kenneth Kienoski

U.S. banks are ‘swimming in money’ as deposits increase by $2 trillion amid the coronavirus, by Hugh Son


American Airlines seeks $3.5 billion in new financing, by Sabahatjahan Contractor, Radhika Anilkumar

FedEx to record about $370 million in charges in fourth quarter, by Ankit Ajmera

News about business journalism

Atlanta paper using software to write real estate articles

Thorpe, Bloomberg News Toronto bureau chief, retires

Q&A: Fortune’s McGirt talks covering diversity and culture

Seeking Alpha’s Shvartsman departs

Eisen to anchor “Closing Bell;” Brennan moves to 10 a.m. slot for “Squawk on the Street”

How business reporters got to the NYSE trading floor

Gonzalez departs Bloomberg News in Brazil

Bloomberg taps Narayanan to lead new personal finance initiative

Munshi named global food czar at Bloomberg News

Examining the workplace culture at tech publisher Digital Trends

FT, PBS partner to cover U.S. opioids epidemic

Bloomberg makes changes to newsroom technology team

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