Talking Biz News Today – Sept. 8, 2020

Some of Tuesday’s top business news stories:

Associated Press

As virus cases drop, governors may gamble on bars. Again., by Paul J. Weber

Italy investigates Apple, Google, Dropbox over cloud storage


‘Tenet’ finally hits US theaters with $20.2 million opening, by Frank Pallotta

Amazon bans foreign seed sales in the US, after mystery packages sent to households, by Jazmin Goodwin

The Wall Street Journal

China Launches Initiative to Set Global Data-Security Rules, by Chun Han Wong

Companies Recruit 350,000 Poll Workers for U.S. Election, by Anne Steele


Most people likely won’t get a coronavirus vaccine until the middle of 2021, by Berkeley Lovelace Jr. , Will Feuer

These restaurant chains are unveiling new designs inspired by the pandemic, by Amelia Lucas


U.S. shale producers race for federal permits ahead of presidential election, by Jennifer Hiller

FAA investigating manufacturing flaws in Boeing 787 jetliners, by David Shepardson

News about business journalism

China not renewing press credentials for Bloomberg, WSJ journalists

Financial News hires Booth for legal and professional services coverage

Bloomberg Oslo bureau chief departs for Norway biz daily

Gerdes joins Energy Monitor as U.S. senior correspondent

FT names Masters its chief business commentator

Bloomberg names Nair its Gulf bureau chief in Dubai

Retiring Portland Biz Journal publisher reflects on his career

Washington Biz Journal reporter Capriel to cover business of education

Business Insider hires Dorman as senior politics reporter

How Reuters has been covering the TikTok deal story

The idea that caused the creation of The Wire China

Reuters reporter Ismail moves to Baghdad bureau

E&E News natural resources editor Reilly is departing