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Talking Biz News Today – July 20, 2021

July 20, 2021

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Airlines, cruise lines and hotel stocks fall on virus fears, by David Koenig

Nordstrom pivots as shopper habits change during pandemic, by Anne D’innocenzio


The covid recession is officially over, and it was the shortest on record, by Anneken Tappe

Bitcoin falls below $30,000 as Delta variant fears spread globally, by Diksha Madhok

The Wall Street Journal

Apple Looks to Lease Hollywood Hub for Filming Shows and Movies, by Erich Schwartzel

Montana Boomtown Jumps to No. 1 on WSJ/Realtor.com Housing Market Index, by

Nicole Friedman


Salesforce projects retailers will pay $223 billion extra for goods in the second half, by Frank Holland

JPMorgan raises S&P 500 year-end forecast after sell-off, says slowdown fears are overblown, by Jesse Pound


U.S. insurer Travelers posts profit beat on underwriting, investments

Factbox: Jeff Bezos’ journey from suburban garage to edge of space

News about business journalism

White joins Forbes as deputy social media director

NBC names Dare-Bryan ME of biz/tech/media unit

FT and Nikkei to open joint Houston bureau

Quartz union ratifies first contract

FT EIC Khalaf: Good journalism will bring more readers

Telegraph tech reporter Cook departs

ACBJ promotes Weatherly to ME of digital markets

Harley-McKeown joins Yahoo Finance UK

Business North Carolina hires Campbell as a reporter

MIT Tech Review hires Honan as editor in chief

Open Markets taps Guevara to cover US biz models and biz sectors

Footwear News taps Ciment as biz editor

WSJ reporter Berger moves to logistics beat




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