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Talking Biz News Today — Jan. 6, 2020

January 6, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

CES gadget show: How watching TV will change in the 2020s, by Mae Anderson

US restricts exports of AI for analyzing satellite images


Fortnite made $1.8 billion in 2019, by Shannon Liao

Tesla short sellers have lost $8 billion, by Chris Isidore

The Wall Street Journal

Cocoa Cartel Stirs Up Global Chocolate Market, by Alexandra Wexler

Antibiotic Makers Struggle, Hurting War on Superbugs, by Denise Roland


‘Frozen II’ is now the highest grossing animated movie of all time, by Sarah Witten

Boeing, FAA reviewing wiring issue that could cause short circuit on 737 Max


Gold, oil soar, shares slip as U.S. and Iran rattle sabers, by Wayne Cole, Swati Pandey

Daimler, Volvo mull combustion engine cooperation: report, by Emma Thomasson, Georg Merziger

News about business journalism

How Ford responded to Free Press stories on its defective transmissions reports record months in October, November

Events now 15 percent of Bloomberg news division revenues

Washington Biz Journal photographer Lawton retires

Philly Biz Journal hires Potter as managing editor

WSJ hires Washington Post’s Paul to cover courts

Reuters hires WSJ’s Iosebashvili to be an editor

Center for Media and Democracy hires Kotch as investigative reporter

NY Times hires Bloomberg’s Ovide to start a tech newsletter

The Verge launches “Processor” newsletter

Frazin to cover energy and environment for The Hill

CNBC deputy international editor leaving for Business Insider

Above the Law executive editor set to depart

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