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Talking Biz News Today — September 9, 2019

September 9, 2019

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

States expected to target Google in new antitrust probe, by Rachel Lerman

Minnesota oil pipeline fight highlights Democratic dilemmas, by Steve Karnowski


U.K. Recession Threat Recedes as Economy Posts Solid July Growth, by David Goodman

Top Oil Trader Sees ‘Unprecedented’ Uncertainty, by Sharon Cho, Dan Murtaugh


Apple Admits Breaking Chinese Labor Laws in the World’s Largest iPhone Factory, by Mark Gurman

Mark Sanford Launches 2020 Republican Challenge to Trump, by Meg Kinnard


‘It: Chapter Two’ nabs second-highest horror movie opening with $91 million haul, by Sarah Whitten

JP Morgan is close to winning a lead role in history’s biggest IPO: Saudi Aramco, by Hugh Son


Geely to bring air taxis to China in tie-up with Daimler-backed Volocopter, by Yilei Sun, Brenda Goh

Albertsons Companies joins supermarkets in changing guns policy, by Akshay Balan

News about Business Journalism

Chicago Tribune hires Jimenez as biz reporter

Senior writer Dreyfus leaves Wired

Guardian’s Siddiqui hired by WSJ

Dobby takes on Globe and Mail’s corporate law beat

Washington Examiner welcomes Smith, Krishan

AP taps former WSJ, Politico, Bloomberg reporters

Bloomberg Law downplays its erroneous Labor Department story

How a Business Insider reporter got the story on hacking devices

Kiplinger has laid off 11 staffers amid reorganization

Washington Post hires Tiku as tech culture reporter

Oregon paper hires new business reporter

Crain acquires GenomeWeb for an undisclosed amount

Business Insider hires Allen as supervising producer

NY Times hires WSJ’s Hong

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