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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 30, 2020

September 30, 2020

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Wednesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Ski resorts struggle to hire amid Trump’s student visa ban, by Thomas Peipert

$215M in BP oil spill money to restore Louisiana marshes


JPMorgan Chase to pay $920 million to settle trading misconduct allegations, by Paul R. La Monica

Amazon expands personal shopping service to include menswear, by Alexis Benveniste

The Wall Street Journal

Disney to Lay Off 28,000 Employees as Disneyland’s Reopening Unclear, by R.T. Watson

U.S. Retail Store Closures Hit Record in First Half, by Aisha Al-Muslim


GM extends talks on $2 billion deal with Nikola after fraud, sexual assault allegations surface against Trevor Milton, by Michael Wayland, Phil LeBeau

Pandemic forces a reckoning for restaurants coping with capacity limits and new consumer habits, by Amelia Lucas


William Hill backs Caesars’ $3.7 billion takeover bid

Pfizer to buy 9.9% of CStone for $200 million, eyes collaboration

News about business journalism

Bloomberg is launching a personal finance site

The importance of MACU at the WSJ

A South African business editor on financial journalism’s failure

Beahm departs for Reckon to cover money and finance

Why Bloomberg QuickTake will have long, and short videos

Reuters adds website section focused on workplace coverage

Nikkei rebrands English publication to Nikkei Asia

How CNBC is launching a news show during a pandemic

Charleston paper cuts standalone Monday biz section for Sunday section.

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