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Talking Biz News Today — April 6, 2020

April 6, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Governors plead for food stamp flexibility amid pandemic, by Astrid Galvan, Ashraf Khalil

Boeing to continue production shutdown due to coronavirus


CEO of Italian tire maker Pirelli: US business leaders should prepare now for the worst, by Peter Valdes-Dapena

Economists: Be skeptical of any claim the US economy will recover quickly, by Bart van Ark, Erik Lundh

The Wall Street Journal

With Coronavirus Shutdowns, Airlines Learn to Manage Without Flying Many Planes, by Benjamin Katz, Alison Sider

U.S. Seeks to Ease Small Business Loan Process, but Startups Fear Being Shut Out, by Kate Davidson, Rolfe Winkler, Dave Michaels


UK cell towers torched amid bogus conspiracy theories that link 5G with coronavirus, by Ryan Browne

‘There’s a shortage of everything’: Pharmacies in New York City struggle to keep key medications stocked amid coronavirus outbreak, by Spencer Kimball


Rolls-Royce scraps targets, dividend on pandemic hit, by Sarah Young

How one Silicon Valley factory keeps running in the age of coronavirus, by Timothy Appel

News about business journalism

The strategy behind CNBC’s nightly pandemic special

Business Insider reporter tests positive for coronavirus

Variety starts digital subscription offering aimed at industry execs

Hartford Biz Journal cuts print publication during pandemic

Layoffs hit Plain Dealer business desk

AP deputy tech editor Jesdanun dies from coronavirus

Tennessean hires Stephenson as biz reporter

WSJ, Frontline wins OPC awards for best international business coverage

How CNBC senior VP Colarusso’s day has changed

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