Talking Biz News Today – Sept 11, 2020

Some of Friday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

$300 in US jobless aid running out even as more seek help, by Christooher Rugaber, Geoff Mulvihill

Jane Fraser to become Citi CEO; 1st woman to lead major bank, by Ken Sweet


Rio Tinto CEO resigns after destruction of 46,000-year-old sacred Indigenous site, by Laura He Angus Watson

61% of Americans looking for jobs right now want to switch careers, by Alexis Benveniste

The Wall Street Journal

Oracle Results Bolstered by Cloud-Computing Growth, by Aaron Tilley

U.S. Regulators Fine Pork Giant Smithfield Over Covid-19 Outbreak, by Jacob Bunge


Peloton crushes estimates as sales surge 172%, expects strong demand to continue into 2021, by Lauren Thomas

WHO calls delay in AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial a ‘wake-up call’, by Noah Higgins-Dunn


$718 million options unwind signals more caution on tech stocks, by April Joyne

Elliott’s Cohn steps off eBay board, two newcomers join, by Svea Herbst-Bayliss

News about business journalism

Wall Street Journal names Cherney its coverage editor

Skift reporter Spinks set to depart

Ray joins NY Times as graphics/multimedia editor

Yahoo Finance reporter Heaphy is departing

Overseas Press Club of America names Bloomberg’s Dwyer president

finStream launches new OTT/streaming channel platform