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Talking Biz News Today — April 19, 2018

April 19, 2018

Posted by Chris Roush

TBNSome of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Starbucks incident highlights peril of shopping while black, by Errin Haines Whack

Stocks ends modestly higher as earnings come in; oil surges, by Alex Veiga


Trump’s SEC proposes rewrite of Obama-era broker conflict rules, by Benjamin Bain

Odd spike in Wall Street fear gauge awakens manipulation debate, by Luke Kawa


Bon-Ton set to become the latest retailer to go out of business entirely, by Phil Wahba

Best Buy and Amazon put their rivalry aside again to sell more TVs, by Phil Wahba


U.S. economic growth on track despite tariff concerns: Fed report, by Howard Schneider

Time Warner CEO says merger with AT&T needed to compete with internet titans, by Diane Bartz

News about business journalism

Brink named Tampa Bay Times business columnist

Turner moving to California to cover entertainment for Bloomberg

Dayton Business Journal hires Potarulski as managing editor

Moore hired as senior reporter for PR Week

Solovieva hired as executive editor of TheStreet’s Real Money

How the Financial Times fights subscriber churn

Leonard hired by Bloomberg to cover trade

BNN Bloomberg to launch April 30 in Canada

Barlett & Steele Awards now accepting entries

This date in business journalism

2013: Reuters posts Soros obituary; he’s not dead yet

2008: New Globe “Careers & Money” section has new pages, cuts stocks

Business journalism birthday

April 19: Felix Gillette of Bloomberg Businessweek

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