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Talking Biz News Today — September 6, 2019

September 6, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

A slowdown in US business formation poses a risk to economy, by Josh Boak

CVS, Walgreens urge against openly carrying guns in stores, by Anne D’Innocenzio


Robots Displacing Jobs Means 120 Million Workers Need Retraining, by Shelly Hagan

Draghi Seen Overriding Opposition With QE Push as Gloom Deepens, by Carolynn Look, Catarina Saraiva


WeWork may cut its IPO valuation by billions, by Sarah Ashley O’Brien

Banking has a problem: It’s still easier to talk about sex than money, by Ahiza Garcia


Smart buildings startup 75F raises $18 million from Bill Gates and Big Oil, by Ben Geman

Private sector surprises with 195,000 jobs added in August, by Courtenay Brown


Farm loan delinquencies surge in U.S. election battleground Wisconsin, by Jason Lange, P.J. Huffstutter

Facebook launches dating service in United States, by Katie Paul

News about Business Journalism

Tax reporter Browning departs Bloomberg

Biotech reporter Spalding departs Bloomberg

Ranzweiler joins MSNBC Live weekdays

CNBC hires Young as sports business reporter

Tampa Bay Biz Journal hires Ward as a digital producer

The Motley Fool launches Soapbox Financial Network

FT hires Ablan as US markets editor

BuzzFeed retail reporter Miranda joining NBC News

WSJ’s Chung named managing editor at SmartNews

Omeokwe joins the Wall Street Journal’s DC bureau as economics reporter

Barron’s Hirschhorn headed to Philadelphia Inquirer

Marroquin joins Rochester/Westchester Journal News as real estate reporter

Industry Dive has a new majority owner

Emily Savage moves to Fortune magazine as social editor

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