Talking Biz News Today – Aug. 25 2020

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

To-go drinks an elixir for public, a lifeline for business, by Dee-Ann Durbin

TikTok sues Trump over his pending order to ban its app, by Tali Arbel

CNN

Major shakeup for the Dow Jones Industrial Average index: 3 new stocks join, by Clare Duffy

Delta Air Lines to furlough nearly 2,000 pilots in October, by Jazmin Goodwin

The Wall Street Journal

Big-Box Stores, Worried About Amazon, Were Ready for Coronavirus, by Sarah Nassauer, Jennifer Maloney

Zoom Restored After Outage Brings Down Virtual Meetings, Classrooms, by Sarah E. Needleman

CNBC

As shopping picks up during pandemic, the gap widens between retail’s haves and have-nots, by Melissa Repko, Lauren Thomas

More than half of states are now approved for the extra $300 per week in unemployment insurance, by Alicia Adamczuk

Reuters

Tesla’s Musk hints of battery capacity jump ahead of industry event, by Hyunjoo Jin, Makiko Yamazaki

Judge ‘inclined’ to block Apple’s move to hamper Epic’s Unreal Engine, by Stephen Nellis

News about business journalism

How the FT is using AI for journalism

Dow Jones says Zero Hedge is paying it $140,000 for copyright infringement

Kleimann joins HousingWire as mortgage editor

Stokes joins Business Insider as professional services reporter

Morning Brew hires Field as tech writer

Indian Country Media, MiBiz Inc. partner to launch biz publication

New Shep Smith show debuts Sept. 30 on CNBC, show names executives producers