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Talking Biz News Today — March 5, 2020

March 5, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Twitter preps ephemeral tweets, starts testing in Brazil, by Barbara Ortutay

United is first to cut US flying due to virus outbreak, by David Koenig


UK airline Flybe collapses as coronavirus crisis deals the final blow, by Michelle Toh

BMW redesigns its iconic logo, by Jordan Valinsky

The Wall Street Journal

Hemp Suppliers at Odds With Hazy Regulations, by Kirk Maltais

GM Aims to Convince Wall Street Skeptics Its Future Is Electric, by Mike Colias


House passes emergency spending, California governor declares state of emergency, by Dawn Kopecki, Berkeley Lovelace Jr., William Feuer

Campbell Soup is increasing production to prepare for coronavirus demand, by Amelia Lucas


Finland’s Nokia announces 5G partnership with Intel, by Tarmo Virki

Exclusive: China’s top gas importer PetroChina declares force majeure on imports – sources, by Chen Aizhu, Jessica Jaganathan

News about business journalism

Houston Biz Journal hires new reporter

Bloomberg News staffers relieved, disappointed for owner

Bloomberg News returns to normal election coverage

Fortune launches its paywall

Investopedia editor Silver: My goal is to answer questions

New beat for WSJ reporter Levy

Industry Dive adds seven new journalists

Protocol expands DC and NY bureau with two new hires

Washington Post bags three Scripps Howard Awards

Interview with Goldberg, editor-in-chief, The Dispatch

Two-time Pulitzer winner Carreyrou to speak in Sun Valley

AP broadcast journalist Byrne takes on expanded regional role

Promotion for Digiday reporter Willens

Politico expands UK team with four new openings

Reuters correspondent Balan set to depart

Top biz journalist Zuckerman talks persistence and success

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