Talking Biz News Today – Sept 28, 2020

Some of Monday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

Federal judge postpones Trump ban on popular app TikTok, by Anne D’Innocenzio, Matt O’Brien

Corps reinstates permits for natural gas pipeline project


Remote work could spell doom for your favorite dry cleaner and lunch spot, by Anneken Tappe

Elon Musk criticizes OpenAI exclusively licensing GPT-3 to Microsoft, by Jazmin Goodwin

The Wall Street Journal

Grocers Stockpile, Build ‘Pandemic Pallets’ Ahead of Winter, by Jaewon Kang, Annie Gasparro

Devon Energy, WPX in Talks to Merge, by Cara Lombardo, Rebecca Elliott


Office real estate market will get back to pre-Covid level, in 2025: Cushman & Wakefield, by Korey Matthews

Hydrogen is at a ‘tipping point’ with $11 trillion market set to explode, says Bank of America, by Pippa Stevens


Cleveland-Cliffs to buy U.S. assets of ArcelorMittal for about $1.4 billion

U.S. tightens exports to China’s chipmaker SMIC, citing risk of military use

News about business journalism

How a black LA Times biz reporter brought in ignored voices

Shepard Smith returns to TV with a CNBC news show

Penske will have 80% stake in joint venture

Adweek lays off diversity and inclusion reporter O’Hara

Davis hands over Wisconsin Inno to Williams

Former Fox Business anchor Trish Regan hired by American Consequences

Washington Post hires Bloomberg’s Dormido as graphics reporter

Crain’s Detroit Business hires Davis as reporter

Green Bay daily hires business reporter