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Talking Biz News Today — June 21, 2021

June 21, 2021

Posted by Irina Slav

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Paying fortifies ransomware gangs but scant support for bans, by Frank Bajak

California weighs extending eviction protections past June, by Adam Beam


American Airlines canceling hundreds of flights through mid-July in part due to labor shortages, by Rashard Rose

The US economy is never going back to ‘normal’, by Anneken Tappe

The Wall Street Journal

EV Startups Are in Trouble. Investors Don’t Care., by Eliot Brown

Amtrak’s Regional Rail Expansion Faces Hurdle From Freight Trains, by Ted Mann


Americans are dining out again. Target wants to lure them to the grocery aisle with deals, by Melissa Repko

Business travel likely to resume in the fall, Hyatt Hotels CEO says, by Ian Thomas


Boral sells U.S. products business after rejecting Seven bid, by Arundhati Dutta

Ackman’s SPAC signs deal to buy 10% of Vivendi’s Universal

News about business journalism

How Mehta bridged the gap between digital and print at Fast Company

Puget Sound Biz Journal publisher Parkhurst resigns

Carrick joins This Is Money as reporter

Puget Sound Biz Journal reporter McIntosh departs

The adrenaline rush of covering the markets

Barlett & Steele Awards now accepting entries for 2021

NBC News hires Bloomberg’s Finn as political reporter

Bloomberg Quicktake signs Barnett for new global show

A more product-led approach at The Economist

Bloomberg taps Chappatta as interim team leader for U.S. Investing team


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