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Talking Biz News Today — Jan. 8, 2020

January 8, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Pharmacies say prescribers bear opioid crisis responsibility, by Andrew Welsh-Huggins

White House proposes guidelines for regulating the use of AI, by Matt O’Brien


Visa and Mastercard Say No to Delaying Deadline for Gas Pump Chip Card Upgrades, by Jenny Surane

PwC Global Chairman: Why CEOs are Pessimistic About 2020 Business Outlook, by Susie Gharib


Bluetooth just got its most important update in 20 years, by Jordan Valinsky

Tesla will make the Model Y in Shanghai and design an ‘original car’ in China, by Laura He


Cafe X shuts some of its robot coffee shops, by Kia Kokalitcheva, Dan Primack, Ina Fried

Sonos sues Google over speaker tech, by Ina Fried


Geely, Mercedes-Benz launch $780 million JV to make electric smart-branded cars, by Yilei Sun, Brenda Goh

Alibaba undercuts Amazon in Europe to woo wary brands, by Sonya Dowsett, Sophie Yu

News about business journalism

Former Union-Tribune biz editor Lowe dies at 79

McGraw Center seeks applications for funding of high-impact projects

Ward hired by Business Insider to cover diversity and inclusion

The evolution of crypto journalism

Dayton 24/7 and Dayton Biz Journal form coverage partnership

Yahoo Finance reporter Hu joins Reuters deals team

How Ruhle will change business reporting at NBC

Bloomberg Environment reporter Stecker switches beats

Financial Times names Jenkins as new deputy editor

FT pubs BoardIQ/Ignites hire Garcia as new data reporter

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