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Talking Biz News Today — June 6, 2018

June 6, 2018

Posted by Chris Roush

TBNSome of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Trump seeks separate talks with Canada and Mexico over NAFTA, by Paul Wiseman and Darlene Superville

Maker of fearsome animal robots is edging into the light, by Matt O’Brien


HP says it may cut 5,000 jobs by 2019, more than planned, by Andrew Pollack

U.S. asks OPEC for 1 million barrel a day hike in output, by Jennifer Jacobs, Javier Blas and Grant Smith


IHOP is getting a new name. And it doesn’t include “pancakes,” by Monica Rodriguez

America’s veterinarian shortage is bad for humans and animals alike, by Neil C. Olson


Nasdaq ends on record close; S&P edges higher on data, by Sinead Carew

Tesla “quite likely” to meet Model 3 goal; Musk to remain chairman, by Alexandria Sage and Noel Randewich

News about business journalism

Atlanta Biz Chronicle reporter Hensley resigns

Bloomberg News reporter Kaplan is leaving

WSJ names Murray its new editor; Baker to become editor at large

WSJ editor reshuffling process to wrap up this week

Reuters parent names co-chief operating officers

WSJ reporter Mahtani joins Washington Post

Murphy promoted to deputy tech editor at Quartz

Bloomberg Media hires GM, other staffers for TicToc

Fortune email newsletters no longer going to European subscribers

This date in business journalism

2013: Hollywood Reporter hires NY biz reporter

2008: BusinessWeek kills Chicago edition after eight issues

Business journalism birthdays

June 6: Dominic Chu of CNBC

June 6: Robert Frank of CNBC

June 6: Stephen Pounds of


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