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Talking Biz News Today — December 18, 2019

December 18, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot sign deal for 50-50 merger, by Colleen Barry, Angela Charlton

Ford to add 3,000 jobs in the Detroit area, invest $1.45B, by Tom Krisher, David Eggert


Fortune Poll: Disney+ Is Eating Into Netflix’s User Base, by lance Lambert

For Investors, the Past Decade Was a Marvelous Run. But That Tells Only Half the Story, by Ben Carlson

The Wall Street Journal

FedEx Warns of Another Hit to Profits, by Paul Ziobro

You Might Be Buying Trash on Amazon—Literally, by Khadeeja Safdar, Shane Shifflett


Study finds more teens vaping marijuana even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives, by Angelica LaVito

Amazon picks low-cost airline Sun Country to expand its cargo business, by Leslie Josephs


U.S. housing market regaining steam; manufacturing stabilizing, by Lucia Mutikani

WeWork arranges $1.75 billion credit line with Goldman Sachs, by Herbert Lash

News about business journalism

Williams, biz editor who led Inquirer’s Three Mile coverage, dies at 74

Bond Buyer executive editor Kleege is retiring

Fox Business reporter arrested at courthouse

Facebook to fund Reuters developed journalism course

Winck hired as markets reporter at Business Insider

Reuters expands African coverage with new hire

Bustle launches tech news site Input

Vox Media to slash hundreds of freelance journalism jobs

Yelp editor Bialik says journalists should run businesses

Kaplan hired as associate editor at Business Insider

Silicon Valley Biz Journal hires Ramirez as lead designer

Dong ‏hired as legal industry reporter at Law360


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