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Talking Biz News Today — Nov. 22, 2019

November 22, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Tesla edges into pickup truck market with electric model

Monsanto pleads guilty to illegal pesticide use in Hawaii, by Audrey McAvoy


America’s milk industry is struggling. Don’t blame oat milk, by Danielle Wiener-Bronner

Ray Dalio says the global economy is heading for a ‘great sag’, by Jill Disis

The Wall Street Journal

Charles Schwab Holds Talks to Buy TD Ameritrade, by Rachel Louise Ensign, Christina Rexrode

Bumble Bee Files for Bankruptcy With $925 Million Offer From Taiwan’s FCF, by Alexander Gladstone


ECB chief Christine Lagarde speaks of a new order in the world economy in debut speech, by Silvia Amaro

Vaping lung disease case total rises to 2,290, death toll reaches 47, by Angelica LaVito


Xerox threatens hostile bid unless HP opens its books, by Supantha Mukherjee, Munsif Vengattil

Fiat Chrysler brushes off GM lawsuit, sees Peugeot deal by year end, by Giulio Piovaccari, Gilles Guillaume

News about business journalism

AP reporters win award for trade coverage

How Reuters covered the Aramco IPO

San Diego biotech reporter Fikes has died

Remembering “Nightly Business Report,” a business journalism pioneer

AP names new South America news director

The Sunday Business Post set to rebrand

Ex-Texas Tribune editor-in-chief and chief audience-officer starting new venture

Verizon is not selling HuffPost, says CEO

Perelli promoted to full-time hire at Business Insider

WSJ entertainment industry reporter Flint talks about his reporting

Kusisto becomes legal issues reporter for WSJ

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