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Talking Biz News Today — Sept. 10, 2021

September 10, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Sweeping new vaccine mandates for 100 million Americans, by Zeke Miller

Post-Ida recovery in New Orleans: Beer and beignets are back, by Stacey Plaisance, Jay Reeves


Ford is ending production in India and taking a $2 billion hit in the process, by Jordan Valinsky

Amazon offers to pay college tuition for most US workers, by Nathaniel Meyersohn

The Wall Street Journal

Walmart to End Quarterly Bonuses for Store Workers, by Sarah Nassauer

U.S. Airlines Warn of Dimming Outlook Amid Delta Variant, by Alison Sider


More Americans will wager on the NFL than ever before as league embraces sports betting, by Ian Thomas

Planting trees is not enough, says Logitech CEO, pledging major carbon reduction effort, by Kevin Stankiewicz


EXCLUSIVE Wide-ranging SolarWinds probe sparks fear in Corporate America, by Christopher Bing, Chris Prentice, Joseph Menn

Google to replenish 20% more water than it uses by 2030, by Paresh Dave

News about business journalism 

WSJ names WSJ Trust Fellowship recipients

Cramer signs new deal with CNBC, leaving TheStreet

Lashbrook joins Consumer Reports as a writer/reporter

Mergermarket’s Shen to join Bloomberg Americas equities team

Industry Dive hires Strupp as editor of Construction Dive

Sportico hires Atlanta Biz Chronicle reporter Jackson

ACBJ launching Sacramento Inno next week

Louisville Biz First appoints Stines data and projects editor

“Planet Money” co-host Goldstein joins podcast company

Insider personal finance correspondent Loudenback departs


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