Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 17, 2020

Some of Thursday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Fed sees rates near zero through 2023, perhaps longer, by Christopher Rugaber

New companies face tough task overcoming pandemic, recession, by Joyce M. Rosenberg

CNN

Snowflake shares more than double. It’s the biggest software IPO ever, by Paul R. La Monica

Here’s why some state economies are recovering faster than others, by Annalyn Kurtz

The Wall Street Journal

Owner of New York Sports Clubs Strikes Potential Lender Takeover Deal, by Aisha Al-Muslim

Factory Workers Stay Home to Watch Their Children, by Austen Hufford

CNBC

Airlines, labor unions again push for another $25 billion in federal aid as more than 30,000 job cuts loom, by Leslie Josephs

CDC says U.S. should have enough coronavirus vaccine to return to ‘regular life’ by third quarter of 2021, by berkeley Lovelace Jr. , Noah Higgins-Dunn

Reuter

U.S.-China investment flows slide to nine year-low as bilateral tensions escalate

Deloitte hit with record 15 million pound fine for Autonomy audit, by Huw Jones

News about business journalism

Phoenix Biz Journal names Edgemon its managing editor

How Business Insider boosted its events revenue

Ex Forbes editorial staffer alleges racism, sexism

Crypto news site The Block hires Hasiotis as chief of staff

WSJ/Barron’s parent to close printing plant in the Bronx

Washington Post, FT announce joint digital subscription

Ex-Plain Dealer biz editor Brink hired by communications firm

Bloomberg aims to disrupt cable TV with streaming relaunch

Torres and Sagar launching Biz Leaders Volume 4 under new branding

CNBC’s Cramer apologizes for “Crazy Nancy” comment