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Talking Biz News Today — May 30, 2019

May 30, 2019

Posted by Chris Roush

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Ethiopian pilot pleaded for training weeks before Max crash, by Bernard Condon

Stock close lower, on track for first monthly loss of 2019, by Damian J. Troise and Alex Veiga


U.S. wants T-Mobile to create new competitor as part of deal, by David McLaughlin, Scott Moritz and Nabila Ahmad

The man who lost $35 billion in one year has some advice for Elon Musk, by Peter Millard and David Biller


Sears buyer wants to skip $43 million payment owed to laid-off workers, by Chris Morris

Rihanna’s fashion collaboration with LVMH goes live, by Ellen McGirt


Huawei challenges U.S. defense bill as sanctions fight ramps up, by Sijia Jiang

Exxon shareholders reject resolutions on on climate and separating CEO, by Jennifer Hiller

News about business journalism

Albuquerque Journal hires Hamway to cover retail and tourism

Quartz’s Gershgorn hired by Medium to write for its tech publication

San Antonio biz reporter moving to city beat

Washington Post hires Baca as breaking tech/business reporter

WSJ hires Bloomberg’s Somayaji to be Europe markets editor

WSJ, union to begin negotiating new contract next week

Reuters names Kim its U.S. elections editor

Barron’s set an all-time audience record in April

Fortune is raising its price, adding a paywall

This date in business journalism

2014: CNNMoney names Barbieri managing editor

2009: Layoffs at ACBJ paper in Hawaii

Business journalism birthday

May 30: Andrea Shalal of Reuters


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