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Talking Biz News Today — Dec. 4, 2019

December 4, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Google co-founders step aside as antitrust scrutiny heats up, by Rachel Lerman

Forever war: US and China struggle to defuse trade conflict, by Paul Wiseman


Bank of America Economists Are Still Bullish on ‘Risky Assets’ in 2020, by Rey Mashayekhi

Why IBM Is Joining the Corporate Chorus Calling for a Carbon Tax, by Katherine Dunn


Stocks log third day of losses after Trump warns China trade war could go beyond 2020 election, by Anneken Tappe

This airline is opening a restaurant that only serves plane food, by Jordan Valinsky


White House claims Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug-pricing bill would result in 100 fewer drugs over a decade, by Berkeley Lovelace Jr.

Cyber Monday online sales hit record $9.4 billion, boosted by late-night spending spree, Adobe says, by Amelia Lucas


OPEC gearing up for deeper oil cuts, Russia yet to agree, by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, Alex Lawler, Olesya Astakhova

U.S. solar group says Trump tariffs killing jobs; White House says ‘fake news’, by Nichola Groom

News about business journalism

Layton hired as deputy editor of The Post’s climate and environments team

Bloomberg renames TicToc as QuickTake

Entries open for New York State Society Financial Journalism Awards

Beat change for Bloomberg reporter Marsh

New energy and climate change reporter hired at Bloomberg

Reorg acquires China news service Dai1 Media

Manancourt‏ joins Politico tech team

Citywire RIA welcomes Rosenberg as editor

Tech journalist Segall starts production company

Reuters journalist Brumsey departs for MSNBC

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