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Talking Biz News Today — May 31, 2018

May 31, 2018

Posted by Chris Roush

TBNSome of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Europe expects to be hit by U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, by Sylvie Corbet and Angela Charlton

Banks would be freer to trade for profit under Fed proposal, by Marcy Gordon


Deutsche Bank CEO says firm is committed to U.S., by Naomi Kresge

Wells Fargo’s fake account customers to get “imperfect” closure, by Kartikay Mehrotra


The U.S. economy is growing slower than initially believed, by Verne Kopytoff and Andrew Nusca

This year’s NBA finals are once again a battle of entrepreneurs, by Aric Jenkins


China vows to protect its interests from “reckless” U.S. trade threats, by Michael Martina and Ben Blanchard

Wall Street rebounds as Italy worries ease, energy shares soar, by April Joyner

News about business journalism

Former Money reporter Leonhardt joins CNBC Make It

SourceMedia hires Siew as editor of employee benefits publications

Aspan moves to editor at large, Lenz moves to digital role at Inc.

What Tesla board member James Murdoch thinks about its coverage

Virginia Business managing editor going into semi-retirement

Politico taps Lima to write tech newsletter

Updated AP Stylebook has new business entries

MarketWatch hires Toy to cover media

Phoenix Business Journal hires Vanek to cover commercial real estate

CNBC’s Pearson is retiring next month

This date in business journalism

2013: NY Post: Bloomberg CEO frustrated he can’t hold editor accountable

2008: How acquiring CNET will help CBS

Business journalism birthday

May 31: Andrew LaVallee of The Wall Street Journal

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