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Talking Biz News Today — June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Bayer paying up to $10.9B to settle Monsanto weedkiller case

Virus pummels commercial real estate, could end long boom, by Joyce M. Rosenberg, Ken Sweet

An alarming number of people are complaining about their Citi credit card accounts, by Matt Egan

CrossFit founder Greg Glassman is selling the company after weeks of controversy, by 

The Wall Street Journal

Google Strikes Deals to Pay Some Publishers for News, by Benjamin Mullin

Barnes & Noble Lays Off Some Employees at New York Head Office, by Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg

IATA predicts airlines will lose $84 billion in 2020, but agency offers a roadmap for recovery, by Nessa Anwar

Millions of Americans will fall off an ‘income cliff’ when extra $600 in unemployment benefits ends next month, by Alicia Adamczyk


Chuck E. Cheese parent files for bankruptcy, another casualty of pandemic, by Kanishka Singh

Unilever, rivals mull changes amid global backlash against skin-lightening products, by Rupam Jain, Charlotte Greenfield

News about business journalism

Motley Fool hires Zitkus for health care and cannabis team

Hollywood Reporter’s Barr hired by Washington Post

Denver Biz Journal reporter Vendituoli is departing

WSJ hires Stewart to host “What’s News?’ daily podcast

WSJ restructures China operations with three deputy bureau chiefs

Greene promoted to Motley Fool bureau chief, consumer goods & financials

Cardina named health care/cannabis bureau chief at Motley Fool

The Real Deal hires Jones as data reporter

WSJ’s Wolfe resigns to join Palantir board

Marketplace, Westwood One launch “Marketplace Minute”

Kiplinger relaunches website with mobile-first focus

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