Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 22, 2020

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Soaring wealth during pandemic highlights rising inequality, by Christopher Rugaber

Bank shares slide on report of rampant money laundering


Tesla is on the cusp of a sales record, which could give Elon Musk another huge payday, by Chris Isidore

Six months into the pandemic, the US economic outlook is getting gloomier, by Annalyn Kurtz

The Wall Street Journal

Quibi Explores Strategic Options Including Possible Sale, by Amol Sharma, Benjamin Mullin, Cara Lombardo

Microsoft to Buy Doom Owner in $7.5 Billion Videogames Deal, by Aaron Tilley, Sarah E. Needleman


Movie theater stocks tank after yet another disappointing weekend at the domestic box office, by Sarah Whitten

Republican senators introduce bill for $28 billion in additional aid for airline industry as job cuts loom, by Leslie Josephs


Intel gets U.S. licence to supply some products to Huawei

Airbus unveils concepts for hydrogen-powered plane

News about business journalism

A tech reporter’s challenge: Cutting through the hype

Two biz journalists named to foreign correspondents board

SC Media hires Johnson as cybersecurity reporter

Graphics journalist Dormido departs Bloomberg News

Dow Jones wants to attract more “decision makers”

Boston Globe financial columnist Edelman talks journalism