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Talking Biz News Today — May 11, 2021

May 11, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Treasury to start paying out $350B in state and local aid, by Josh Boak

Pipeline officials hope most service will be back by weekend, by Eric Tucker, Cathay Bussewitz, Alan Suderman


US pipeline shutdown sparks worries of $3 gas, by Alexis Benveniste

Ford is about to unveil its electric F-150 pickup truck, by Peter Valdes-Dapena

The Wall Street Journal

Looking to Buy a Used Car? Expect High Prices, Few Options, by Nora Naughton

Marriott Points to Rising Demand Amid Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout, by Dave Sebastian


Pipeline outage forces airlines to find other ways of getting fuel, by Leslie Josephs

Mall owner Simon’s CEO sees shopper ‘euphoria’ as people return to stores, by Lauren Thomas


Worst-paying blue chip employers bolstered CEO pay in pandemic, report says, by Jessica Dinapoli

Amazon raises $1 billion sustainable bond for climate, social causes, by Simon Jessop, Kate Duguid

News about business journalism

Wired magazine hires Conrad as a writer

Morning Brew hires Toma from Forbes to be retail editor

Why Rest of World covers tech news globally

FT’s Hopkins hired by New York Times to cover Russia

Fortune’s Morris joining CoinDesk

Bloomberg Industry Guild questions vaccine survey

Bloomberg appoints Hodges as European legal team leader

News Corp CEO Thomson: No Trump slump at WSJ

NPR hires “Marketplace” reporter Garsd

Adweek taps Oster as senior editor for agencies

CNBC executive editor Yarow: We’re looking to return to office in the fall


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