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Talking Biz News Today — October 1, 2019

October 1, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Ready student one? Universities launch degrees in esports, by Kelvin Chan

2020 Democrats in dash for money before third quarter ends, by Brian Slodysko


Surveillance and Suicide in Switzerland: Credit Suisse COO Resigns Over Corporate Spying Scandal, by Patrick Winters, Jan-Henrik Foerster, NIcholas Comfort

U.S. Denies Apple Tariff Relief on Mac Parts After It Commits to Assembling Its Computers in Texas, by Mark Gurman, mark Niquette


PayPal finds a way into China’s huge business of digital payments, by Clare Duffy

The Fed’s worst nightmare could be around the corner, by Paul R. La Monica


California governor signs law allowing college athletes to get paid, potentially upending amateur sports, by Mallika Mitra

Walgreens joins CVS in suspending sales of heartburn medicine Zantac during safety review, by Mallika Mitra


WeWork throws in the towel on its ill-fated IPO, by Anirban Sen

Sprint, MetTel win $994 million U.S. defense contract: Pentagon, by Eric Beech

News about business journalism

Fox Business adds “Barron’s Roundtable” show on Fridays

Yahoo Finance hires Paynter to cover real estate

Mello named editor of Providence Business News

FT AME Nachoma retires after 40+ years with the paper

Alder moves to judiciary beat at Bloomberg Law

Globe and Mail’s Report on Business to focus on management and leadership

WSJ reporters sign contract to write WeWork book

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