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Talking Biz News Today — April 28, 2020

April 28, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Fears of virus seem far away as stores reopen in rural US, by Matthew Brown, Amy Beth Hanson

Digital-ad downturn may complicate life for Google, Facebook, by Michael Liedtke, Barbara Ortutay


Tesla’s latest Autopilot feature is slowing down for green lights, too, by Matt McFarland

Farmers are worried about going under. That could put fruit and vegetables in short supply, бъ Danielle Wiener-Bronner

The Wall Street Journal

Apple Delays Mass Production of 2020 Flagship iPhones, by Yoko Kubota

Without Coronavirus Aid, Local Newspapers Could Fold, by Keach Hagey, Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, Lindsay Wise


Saudi Arabia buys $500 million stake in coronavirus-hit Live Nation, stock jumps nearly 10%, by Natasha Turak

Boeing workers to return to Dreamliner factory in South Carolina next month after closure amid coronavirus, by Leslie Josephs


BP’s profit tumbles, debt climbs as coronavirus crisis hammers oil demand, by Ron Bousso, Shadia Nasralla

Tech issues hobble U.S. banks’ mad grab for $310 billion in new small-business aid, by Pete Schroeder, Michelle Price

News about business journalism

Fortune Union asks for more severance for laid-off workers

Money manager sends Institutional Investor a cease-and-desist letter

FT suspends media reporter DiStefano

Forbes hires senior VP of HR and talent management

Report: FT reporter accessed rival media’s Zoom call

WSJ launches new personal finance site WSJ Money

WSJ, “Frontline” win Bingham Prize for Indian health service coverage

Beech, longtime Bloomberg News employee, dies at 60

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