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Talking Biz News Today — July 7, 2020

July 7, 2020

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Global stocks slip as virus outbreaks dim hopes for rebound, by Yuri Kageyama

EU forecasts deeper economic hit from pandemic


Goldman Sachs thinks the US recovery is running into trouble, by Julia Horowitz

Amazon shares just hit an all-time high, by Paul R. La Monica

The Wall Street Journal

Palantir, One of Silicon Valley’s Oldest Startups, Files to Go Public, by Rob Copeland

U.S. Business Groups Urge China to ‘Redouble Efforts’ to Implement Trade Deal, by Lingling Wei and Bob Davis


Stock futures sink following Monday’s strong rally on Wall Street, by Yun Li

13 million gig workers getting unemployment benefits, 41% of the total, by Greg Iacurci


U.S. pandemic aid program saved 51.1 million jobs, but wealthy and connected also benefited, by Michelle Price, David Lawder, Lawrence Delevingne

Economists call for more direct cash payments tied to the health of the economy, by Jonnelle Marte

News about business journalism

Davies returning to Business Insider as editor on transportation team

Dow Jones makes five years of content available on Amazon Web Services

At least three biz news organizations received PPP money

DesOrmeau now covering Michigan economy for MLife

Patnaik now editor on tech, media and telecom desk at Reuters

CNBC’s Quayle lauded for contributions to business journalism

Law360 hires Ottaway as senior employment reporter

Business Insider hires Perrett as a reporter

Fortune India gains new publisher


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