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Talking Biz News Today — Feb. 24, 2020

February 24, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Report says Intuit nearing $7 billion deal for Credit Karma

Supreme Court wades into battle over Atlantic Coast Pipeline, by Denise Lavoie


‘Namaste Trump:’ India’s Modi welcomes U.S. president with pomp and pageantry as trade tensions simmer, by Justin Sink and Archana Chaudhary


Pepsi is buying a major Chinese snack retailer for $705 million, by Laura He

Warren Buffett drops a hint about the future of Berkshire’s leadership, by Paul R. La Monica

The Wall Street Journal

Google Plots Course to Overtake Cloud Rivals, by Aaron Tilley

Natural-Gas Exporters Struggle to Lock Up Buyers Despite ‘Freedom Gas’ Pitch, by 


Ex-Facebook executive starts group to help employees push companies on climate, by Dan Levine

Cargill to challenge Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods with new plant-based burger, by Tom Polansek

News about business journalism

Digital producer Caproni departing Cincinnati Business Courier

WSJ editor Murray agreed with reporters about China headline

Gallagher departs Ars Technica for Sophos Labs

Inc. magazine is expanding its 5000 lists

WSJ staff protest “sick man” headline that upset Chinese government

San Antonio Biz Journal hires Santana as digital producer

Crain’s Detroit names Root its executive editor

Company warns ex-employees not to talk to journalists

WSJ reporter Peker joins Eurasia Group as director

Michigan biz reporter Hepp leaving journalism to become a pilot

Bell departing Mashable for Engadget

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