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Talking Biz News Today — Oct. 5, 2020

October 5, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Long-term jobless caught in a squeeze that imperils recovery, by Christopher Rugaber, Alexandra Olson

California wavers on theme park opening rules amid pressure, by Adam Beam, Amy Taxin


Nearly 4 million US jobs have vanished forever, by Matt Egan

James Bond’s ‘No Time To Die’ has been delayed until 2021 in fresh blow to Hollywood, by Hanna Ziady

The Wall Street Journal

Regal Cinemas Suspending Operations at All U.S. Locations, by R.T. Watson

Tesla Quarterly Deliveries Hit Record as Car Maker’s Pandemic Recovery Speeds Up, by Robert Wall


Ford’s Q3 vehicle sales outperform industry as demand recovers from coronavirus lockdowns, by Michael Wayland

Pelosi asks airlines to pause furloughs, vowing additional aid, but no deal yet, by Leslie Josephs


U.S. oil refiners look to leapfrog Canadians in making renewable diesel, by Rod Nickel, Laura Sanicola

Intel wins second phase of contract to help Pentagon develop chips, by Stephen Nellis

News about business journalism

CNBC data editor Schoen to leave in 2021

How the St. Louis Business Journal got its start

Argus Media hires Lee as corporate energy reporter

Why The Markup doesn’t allow PR people to speak on background

WSJ Pro Bankruptcy bureau chief Fitzgerald departs

CoinDesk reporter Baker departs

Reporter Matsakis is leaving Wired

Business Insider hires Onanuga as weekend news editor in London

The impact of Zero Hedge on financial journalism

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