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Talking Biz News Today — June 4, 2020

June 4, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

US job losses in May could raise 3-month total to 30 million, by Christopher Rugaber

US service sector contracts for second month in May, by Martin Crutsinger

CNN

Britain’s biggest car plant may not survive Brexit, by Charles Riley

AMC Theatres has ‘substantial doubt’ it can remain in business, by Frank Pallotta

The Wall Street Journal

Coronavirus Crisis Dents Salaries, Not Stock Awards, for Many CEOs, by Chip Cutter, Theo Francis

Former UAW President Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement, Racketeering Charges, by Nora Naughton

CNBC

GM CEO Mary Barra expects North American plants to return to near pre-coronavirus levels by late June, by Michael Wayland

Insurers say riot damage is covered under most insurance policies for businesses, by Contessa Brewer, Jessica Golden

Reuters

Citi defies coronavirus with Western European corporate lending push, by Sinead Cruise, Lawrence White

U.S. airlines gain final approval to drop services to 75 domestic airports, by David Shepardson

News about business journalism

Barlett & Steele Award entries now being accepted

McGraw Center now accepting grants for business journalism

Laptop Magazine editor Smith: We’re expanding our content

Quartz’s Kiderman joins Marshall Project as director of product

WSJ reporter: Why we need more black journalists

MT Newswires strikes distribution deal with FactSET

Yardley departing Forbes for Evening Standard

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