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Talking Biz News Today — May 7, 2021

May 7, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

US unemployment claims fall to a pandemic low of 498,000, by Christopher Rugaber

Peloton expects to lose $165 million in revenue from recall, by Joseph Pisani


Desperate buyers are going to extremes to land a home, by Anna Bahney

One of the world’s top restaurants is ditching meat. Here’s what could go wrong, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

The Wall Street Journal

Millions Are Unemployed. Why Can’t Companies Find Workers?, by Eric Morath

Dogecoin’s 12,000% Rally Spurs Hunt for Next Crypto Winner, by Caitlin Ostroff


Norwegian Cruise Line CEO says U.S. ships are unlikely to sail this summer, calls CDC guidance ‘unfair’, by Nadine El-Bawab

Beyond Meat swings to a loss as grocery sales growth slows, by Amelia Lucas


U.S. economy likely created nearly a million jobs in April, by Lucia Mutikani

Biden willing to accept 25% corporate tax rate to fund spending programs, by Trevor Hunnicutt

News about business journalism

Why sustainability has become a business story

Washington Post hires WSJ graphics reporter Moriarty

Forbes enters into exclusive talks to be sold for $600 million plus

Dow Jones, which operates WSJ, MarketWatch, Barron’s, reports strong third quarter

Business magazines named 2021 Ellie finalists

Fierce Biotech hires Armstrong as a senior editor

FT appoints Okoro columnist for FTWeekend

Tennessee paper names editor of growth and development

News Corp completes acquisition of Investor’s Business Daily

Money Marketing taps Pigden as editor


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