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Talking Biz News Today — June 8, 2020

June 8, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

‘All eyes’ on New York: Reopening tests city torn by crises, by Jennifer Peltz

Government job losses are piling up, and it could get worse, by Geoff Mulvihill

The recovery is underway. Does that mean it’s time for more stimulus?, by Julia Horowitz

15% Pledge calls on Target, Whole Foods and other retailers to dedicate shelf space to black-owned businesses, by Clare Duffy

The Wall Street Journal

Airlines Got $25 Billion in Stimulus; Industry Still Expected to Shrink, by Alison Sider

Chuck E. Cheese in Talks With Lenders About Financing Deals, by Soma Biswas, Heather Haddon


Contact tracing has become a fast-growing job opportunity with many people still out of work due to the pandemic, by Kate Rogers

Casinos look to protect customers from themselves with new safety measures, by Hannah Miller


Possibly millions of jobs could be lost if planes stay grounded, Heathrow boss says, by Kate Holton

AstraZeneca contacted Gilead over potential megamerger: Bloomberg News, by Paul Sandle, Pamela Barbaglia

News about business journalism

A WSJ reporter writes about being kicked out of China

When CNET was banned by Google

Hepler hires by CalMatters to cover the state economy

Meyers departing S&P Global for The Energy Daily

SF Chronicle hires WSJ’s Martinez

Economist hires FT’s Wong as China correspondent

The strategy of purpose for Inc.’s new editor

Meet the FT’s first female editor, Roula Khalaf

Variety editor takes leave after social media outburst

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